Oil realism meets cartoon punk in the emerging artwork of Katelyn Goldstein at Art Basel’s Spectrum Miami
Emerging Miami artist Katelyn Goldstein will bring her real-life oil paintings and cartoon whimsy to Spectrum Miami Nov. 30 through Dec. 4, during Art Basel Miami 2016. She will be debuting “Cigars for All” and “Stiltsville Blue” along with other works old and new.
Goldstein’s multimedia work has been displayed in The Herter Gallery in Amherst, Mass., in countless exhibitions at the Oresman and Jannotta Gallery in Northampton Mass., at the Broward Art Guild in Fort Lauderdale and at Spectrum Miami with the gallery Contemporary Arts Projects USA, where in 2015 she sold her stark watercolor “Ravensbrück Concentration Camp.”
During this year’s festival she will also be selling her realistic glass distortion portraiture, “I Hate Small Cups” and “Smushed Face” along with her experimental 3D paintings “Cup” and “Pills” from earlier works.
Katelyn is also a skilled designer and animator, creating short films such as “The Hungry Book,” which premiered as one of two animations at the Five College Film Festival in 2011, while she was a student in the renown art program at Smith College.
Spectrum Miami opens Dec. 1 and runs through Dec. 4, from 12 – 8 p.m. daily. Previews start Nov. 30 at 6 p.m. For tickets, click here.
You can contact Katelyn Goldstein on her website at: katelyngoldstein.com