Usually, I am on this train from Philadelphia to Middletown. However, today, I had the pleasure of walking to the station to meet my little sister and my niece, who had gone to Philly for the day to investigate the Arts Institute and to shop. This photo, shot with a high ISO, has a lot
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These are scenes from this month’s trip to the beach, whereupon I swam with dolphins, took early walks on the beach, late walks on the beach … just my cameras and me and, occasionally, a few other early risers and whereupon I marveled at the beauty, no matter the time or the weather. I made
Like tulips in April, I just cannot get enough of sunflowers in August.
Give me water, give me changing light and my cameras and I am happier than ecstatic. Of course, I could be the same way with a canvas and paint or a really great novel. Sunup and sundown are favorite events in a day and I could watch them EVERY day of my life. They are
subtitle: or thinking cool thoughts in a heatwave I needed to shoot something that reminded me of the cool weather! 😉 Enough said? In Pennsylvania and neighboring eastern states, we’ve been in a sustained heat wave for days. Actually, this summer has been something else. It either rains or it is humid and stinking hot.
These are more paintings for the Imaginary Landscapes Collection. I am having quite the good time in my studio this weekend. Here is what is ready to go out. Some are going to the Daily Painters of Pennsylvania Show at the Capitol in Harrisburg in June, some are going to The Gallery at La Cigale
Recently, I received notice that all four of my paintings submitted for consideration were juried into an upcoming exhibition at Hershey Medical Center. You are invited to the opening on Friday, May 10. Details are below! According to the jurists, my paintings will hang in the family waiting areas in Intensive Care, where family members
My work is among the art of 19 artists in the Mixed Media Art Group show that opens Friday, Dec. 7th at 5 p.m. at Arts on Union, 203 North Union St., in Middletown. It is free and open to the public. Painters, photographers and assemblage artists comprise the Mixed Media Art Group, whose members
As a proud member of Rt. 15 ByWay of the Arts, I am heading to Art Walk in Downtown Carlisle, where I will be at Pealer’s Flower Shop. Come visit us at 56 W. High St. One of the new “Twisted Tulips Collection” is making its first outing.
Christine Goldbeck’s customers, collectors and visitors tell me that in many cases my photographs look like paintings. She says, “I love the Impressionists and abstract expressionist impressionism, all of which is to say I adore having light as my creative partner and I love the challenge of taking what I see and making it my own.”
Looking for Christmas presents? Buy a one-of-a-kind, contemporary handmade painting by Middletown, PA Artist Christine Goldbeck
My gallery and studio, Arts on Union, 203 N. Union St., Middletown, is one of the 32 central Pennsylvania artists on the upcoming, free Art Studio Tour. The event, in its 12th year, will take place Saturday, Nov. 6 from 10 am. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, November 7 from noon to 5 p.m. and is designed to offer the public the chance to meet and support local artists by visiting the studios in which they work.
Christine Goldbeck is testing her feeds and SEO.
Evolution Theory is a series of seven mixed-media paintings that depict the story of creation. Contemporary artist Christine Goldbeck, MFA-IA, is the artist. They are currently on exhibit at Arts on Union in Middletown, PA, having just come back from a solo exhibition at WITF Public Media Center in Harrisburg. The collection is for sale.
Flowers, butterflies and trees appear in a lot of Christine Goldbeck’s paintings. The scenes are in her head as she paints intuitively. Both are highly layered and textured.