Zvi Goldman, Sculptorwww.ArtPal.com/zvigoldman
Zvi Goldman, Sculptor
Goldman is an abstract conceptual sculptor who works primarily with wood and creates art that balances intrinsic beauty and thought-provoking meaning. His work process is highly deliberate and precise. The journey of honing down, refining and crystallizing his concepts is what he finds most exhilarating. “I conceptualize first, then draw on paper, then develop a three-dimensional model. By the time my chisel touches the wood, I already have a clear vision, and the wood provides the final source of inspiration.” Goldman’s approach to sculpting is holistic, where the sculpture has substantive meaning viewed from each direction and the base is often an integrated part of the piece. All his works are original and one-of-a-kind.
Among others, Goldman has been influenced by Rodin’s flow and motion, Brancusi’s integrated design approach, Picasso’s play with reality, and Moore’s balance of substance and space. His works are expressions of life and humanity, featuring flowing and connected outlines inspired by the natural world. “I’m drawn to the organic nature, texture and warmth of wood. It is closer to us than any other type of media and material.” To Goldman, art elevates society to a higher level of inquiry and creative thinking, innate to human nature. He explores and grapples with philosophical questions on science, human nature, relationships, and society. “With my art, I want to make people think, open themselves to new concepts, become more curious about what surrounds us, and, reflect on our being.”
Goldman’s work has been shown in private and public collections and is available for exhibits, leasing or purchase. He is a member of The Artists Collective of Westport, Connecticut. Please contact him for details if you are interested.
"I hope you will enjoy my art as much as I have enjoyed creating it. My work is available for exhibits or purchase. Please contact me for details if you are interested, and visit be on www.zvigoldman.com "
Thoughts in Wood
Thoughts in Clay