Carol Brown Goldberg

Born: Baltimore, MD
Lives: Washington, DC


Represented by: Addison/Ripley Fine Art


Awards and Honors

2020 “Distinguished Terrapin Award,” The University of Maryland College of Arts and Humanities; College Park, MD
2019 “Transformer 16th Annual Silent Auction,” Corcoran School of Art and Design; Washington, DC
2019 “Daryl Reich Rubenstein Award,” Sidwell Friends School; Washington, DC
2018  “Year of the Woman” Gala Honoree, Moment Magazine; Washington, DC.
2016  Juror’s Award, “Making Sense: See, Smell, Hear, Taste, Touch,” McLean Project for the Arts; McLean, VA.
2014   Short Film Festival, Hudson Valley, NY, “The Color of Time” film
2014 Short Film Festival, Warwick, NY, “The Color of Time” film
2014 ShortD3:F9 Film Selection, YouTube, “The Color of Time” film
2013 Third Prize; International Sculpture Competition; Parque de Levante; Murcia, Spain
2013     FilmColumbia 2013; “The Color of Time” film
2012 Best Experimental Film; London Film Awards; “The Color of Time” film
2012 Award of Excellence, La Jolla Short Film Festival; Best Shorts Competition; “The Color of Time” film
2010 Maryland State Arts Council: Individual Artist Award; Baltimore, MD
1994 AMANA Award; “Concertina”; video
1987 Outdoor Sculpture Honorarium; City of Rockville; Rockville, MD
1987 Outdoor Sculpture Honorarium; Martin Luther King Park; Montgomery County, MD
1976 Eugene M. Weisz Memorial Award; Corcoran School of Art; Washington, DC

 
 

Lectures and Projects

2018 “Carol Brown Goldberg: Extravagant Eden,” Artist Talk; Chilmark Public Library; Chilmark, MA
2017 “Tangled Nature Wall Mural,” 22 x 6 foot wall mural involving collaboration with hundreds of students, faculty, and staff at Florida International University
2016 “The Studio: A Place of Transformation,” 38 foot photographic mural; Carol Brown Goldberg with Jack Rasmussen and Ramon Osuna; Katzen Arts Center at American University; Washington, DC
2016 “Coffee and Conversation,” Carol Brown Goldberg with Jack Rasmussen and Christopher Addison; Addison/Ripley Fine Art; Washington, DC
2015 “A Day at the Kreeger Museum with Smithsonian Associates,” Presentation; The Kreeger Museum; Washington, DC
2015 “One on One,” Conversation with Klaus Ottmann; The Phillips Collection; Washington, DC
2015 “Carol Brown Goldberg: Recent Works,” Artist Presentation; South Dakota Art Museum; Brookings, SD
2014 “Meet the Artist – Carol Brown Goldberg,” Speaker Series Presentation; Cosmos Club; Washington, DC
2014 ‘The Artist: Genuine Creativity and Cultural Identity’; Discussion moderated by Dorothy Kosinski with Fre Ilgen and Anil Revri; American University; Washington, DC
2013 “The Color of Time,” Film presentation, Chilmark Public Library, Chilmark, MA
2013 Curator; “Sigil,” Addison/Ripley Fine Art; Washington, DC
2013 “The Color of Time; Memory and Art,” OLLI Speaker Series; American University; Washington, DC
2012 “The New Baroque Abstraction,” Discussion with Donald Kuspit; The New York Studio School; New York, New York
2012 “The Color of Time;” Film Installation; American University; Washington, DC
2012 ‘Bring Your Brain’; Discussion moderated by Fre Ilgen with Prof. Partha Mitra; Berlin, Germany
2011 Montclair State University Symposium; With Donald Kuspit, Glenn Harper, Don Kimes, and Lenore Miller, Montclair, NJ
2010 Donald Kuspit Lecture, “Mystical Physics: Carol Brown Goldberg”; Lebanon Valley College; Annville, PA
2009 Guest lecturer; The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden; Washington, DC
2008 Conversation with the artist; George Washington University, Luther W. Brady Art Gallery; Adamar Gallery; West Palm Beach, FL
2008 Guest lecturer; Chilmark Public Library; Chilmark, MA
2007 ‘ART TALK’; Interview with Lila Snow; Montgomery County Cable; Kensington, MD
2007 “Artist Talk”; The Kreeger Museum; Washington, DC
2003-2001 Artist Residency: Chautauqua Institute; Chautauqua, NY
2001 VOICE OF AMERICA; Video Interview, “The Next Chapter”
2000 Visual Artist Workshop Leader; “Leadership Montgomery”; Olney, MD
2000 Cosmos Club: “Art in the 21st Century”; Lecture; Washington, DC
1999 Curator: Internat’l Visions Gallery; “Amnesty Internat’l Artists”; Washington, DC
1998 Panelist; “Artists with Staying Power”; Art Dealers Assoc.; Washington, DC
1998 Lecturer: “Painting in the 21st Century; Cosmos Club; Washington, DC
1996 Bosnia Human Rights: ‘Solar Night’
1996 The Johns Hopkins University: “Childlife Project” with Sam Gilliam and Grace Hartigan; Baltimore, MD
1995 Chair/Moderator; Southeastern College Art Conference; ‘science and poetry for art’; Georgetown University; Washington, DC
1995 Pyramid Atlantic, Workshop Resident; “Exploration”; Silver Spring, MD
1993 Maryland Art Place: Painting and Video: “Concertina”; Baltimore, MD
1990-1991 Producer and curator: 8-Lecture Series “Voices of our Time” Strathmore Hall Arts Center; Bethesda, MD
1990 Painting; Amnesty International; Amnesty International Human Rights Day for the 1990’s
1987 Visiting Artist; Mountain Lake Workshop; Blacksburg, VA
1979 Aspen Music Festival; Theatrical Masks for Opera, Houdini; Aspen, CO
1976 Corcoran Gallery of Art; “Juried Exhibit”; Washington, DC


Public Sculpture Installations

2018 “Mister Willis’ Bright Idea,” Painted Aluminum, Martha’s Table, Washington, DC
2017 “Dr. Mike,” Painted Aluminum, American University, Ward Circle, Washington, DC
2017 “RA 055,” Painted Bronze, Reading Public Museum, Reading, PA
2016 “Red Disks,” Painted Aluminum, Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD
2015 “Circles in Space,” Painted Aluminum, Chautauqua Institute, Chautuaqua, NY
2015 “Secret Totem,” Painted Bronze, Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ
2012 “EdW,” Painted Bronze, George Washington University,Washington, DC
2011 “RA 055,” Painted Bronze, American University, Ward Circle, Washington, DC, 2011-2017
2011 “RA 054,” Bronze, The Kreeger Museum, Washington, DC
2009 “Blue Circles,” Painted Aluminum, Medina del Campo Sculpture Park, Medina del Campo, Spain



Selected Solo Exhibitions

2019 “Mirror Universe” Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse; Vineyard Haven, MA
2019 “Summer Selections,” Addison/Ripley Fine Art; Washington, DC.
2018 “Carol Brown Goldberg: Recent Works,” Mirror Universe: Recent Works by Carol Brown GoldbergHagerstown, MD
2018 “Carol Brown Goldberg: Extravagant Eden,” Chilmark Public Library; Chilmark, MA
2018 “Carol Brown Goldberg: Entanglement,” Featherstone Center for the Arts; Oak Bluffs, MA
2018 “Entanglement,” Katzen Arts Center at American University; Washington, DC
2018 “Carol Brown Goldberg: Recent Works,” Katzen Arts Center at American University; Washington, DC
2017 “Tangled Nature,” Frost Art Museum; Miami, FL
2016 “Extravagant Edens”, Addison Ripley Fine Art; Washington, DC
2016 “Carol Brown Goldberg: Recent Works”, Lake Charles Cultural Center, Lake Charles, LA
2015 “Carol Brown Goldberg”, A Gallery; Oak Bluffs, MA
2015 “One on One: Carol Brown Goldberg/ Henri Matisse”, The Phillips Collection: curator, Klaus Ottmann; Washington, DC
2015 “Carol Brown Goldberg: Recent Works”, South Dakota Art Museum; Brookings, SD
2015 “Carol Brown Goldberg: The Color of Time”, Denise Bibro Fine Art, New York, NY
2014 “Carol Brown Goldberg: Recent Works”, Vero Beach Museum of Art; Vero Beach, FL
2014 “Carol Brown Goldberg: Recent Sculpture”, Foosaner Art Museum; Melbourne, FL
2014 “Carol Brown Goldberg: Sculpture”; Cosmos Club; Washington, DC
2013 “The Circle of Time”; Reading Public Museum; Reading, PA
2013 “Color in Space”; David Richard Gallery; Sante Fe, NM
2012 Addison/Ripley Fine Art; Washington, DC
2012 Art Santa Fe; Osuna Art; Santa Fe, NM
2012 Katzen Art Center at American University; Washington, DC
2012 “Flow and Fluctuation”; American Center for Physics; College Park, MD
2012 “Abstract Realities”; The Gabarron Foundation, New York, NY
2012 “Sculpture and Works on Paper”; Luther Brady Gallery, George Washington University; Washington, DC;
2011 Addison/Ripley Fine Art; Washington, DC
2011 “Painting and Sculpture”; George Segal Gallery, Montclair State University; Montclair, NJ
2010 Fundación Sebastian A.C.; Mexico City, Mexico
2010 The Suzanne H. Arnold Gallery; Lebanon Valley College; Annville, PA
2010 Galería Emma Molina; Monterrey, Mexico
2009 Centro de las Artes CONARTE Museum; Monterrey, Mexico
2009 Osuna Gallery; Washington, DC
2009 Casa de Vacas, Buen Retiro Park; Madrid, Spain
2009 Sala de Exposiciones Molinos de Río; Murcia, Spain
2008 The Gabarrón Foundation Museum; Valladolid, Spain
2008 The National Arts Club (Gramercy Park); New York, NY
2007 Osuna Gallery; Washington, DC
2007 American University, Katzen Arts Center; Washington, DC
2007 Chilmark Library; Chilmark, MA
2007 Osuna Art; Washington, DC
2006 Pyramid Atlantic Gallery; Silver Spring, MD
2005 Art Santa Fe; Osuna Art; Santa Fe, NM
2005 Osuna Art; Washington, DC
2004 Cosmos Club; Washington, DC
2003 The John and Esther Clay Fine Arts Gallery; Cheyenne, WY
2002 The Daryl Reich Rubenstein Gallery; Sidwell Friends School; Washington, D.C.
2002 Chautauqua Institute; Chautauqua, NY
2002 Anton Gallery; Washington, DC
2000 Cosmos Club; Washington, DC
1996 Compass Bank; Chilmark, MA
1995 APA; Washington, DC
1995 Troyer Fitzpatrick Lassman Gallery; Washington, DC
1995 ‘Art Santa Fe’; Osuna Gallery; Santa Fe, NM
1993 “Concertina” (Multi-Media); Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD
1992 Osuna Gallery; Washington, DC
1990 Amnesty International; Peat Marwick Main & Company; Washington, DC
1990 Osuna Gallery; Washington, DC
1989 Osuna Gallery; Washington, DC
1988 Osuna Gallery; Washington, DC
1987 Osuna Gallery; Washington, DC
1987 Virginia Polytechnic Institute; Squires Gallery; Blacksburg, VA
1986 Strathmore Hall Arts Center; Rockville, MD
1986 Osuna Gallery; Washington, DC
1985 The G. Sander Gallery; Daytona Beach, FL
1983 FIAC Grand Palais; Osuna Gallery; Paris, France
1982 Washington Hebrew Congregation; Washington, DC
1982 Osuna Gallery; Washington, DC


Selected Museum Collections

South Dakota Art Museum; Brookings, SD

Vero Beach Museum of Art; Vero Beach, FL

ArtBank; Washington, DC

Reading Public Museum; Reading, PA

Academy Art Museum; Easton, MD

The Kreeger Museum; Washington, DC

National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD

New Orleans Museum of Art; New Orleans, Louisiana

DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities; Art Bank 2006, 2009; Washington, DC

The Gabarrón Foundation Museum; Valladolid, Spain

The Suzanne H. Arnold Gallery; Lebanon Valley College; Annville, PA

National Museum of Women in the Arts; Washington, DC

Museum of Arts and Sciences; Daytona Beach, FL

Deland Museum of Art; Deland, FL

Foosaner Art Museum (formerly Brevard Art Center and Museum); Melbourne, FL

Museum of the University of Central Florida; Orlando, FL

The Artery Group; Bethesda, MD

The Charles E. Smith Companies; Arlington, VA

Regional Center for Infants and Children; Rockville, MD

New England Contemporary Art Museum; Brooklyn, CT

The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center; Vassar College; Poughkeepsie, NY

Peat Marwick Main & Company; Washington, DC

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation; Vienna, VA

The Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archives; Miami Beach, FL

Amnesty International; Washington, DC

The George Washington University; Washington, DC

University of Maryland; College Park, MD

Howrey and Simon; Washington, DC

Fannie Mae Organization; Washington, D

American University; Washington, DC

Art in Embassy Program

 

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2020 “Fleeting, Fled,” Glen Echo Park, Glen Echo, MD
2020 “Objects from the Studio: The Sculptor’s Process,” The Kreeger Museum, Washington, DC
2019 “The Feminine Sublime,” Georges Berges Gallery; New York, NY Curated by Donald Kuspit
2018 “Recollection: Celebrating 15 Years of Exhibitions at BlackRock Center for the Arts,” BlackRock Center for the Arts; Germantown, MD
2018 “Full Circle: Hue and Saturation in the Washington Color School,” The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery at George Washington University; Washington, DC
2018 “Another Dimension,” Nano Gallery at the District of Columbia Arts Center; curators, Philip Barlow and Chandi Kelley; Washington, DC
2017 “Being Sentient/Sentient Being.” 18th Annual Wills Creek Exhibition at Allegany Arts Council; juror, Aneta Georgievksa-Shine; Cumberland, MD
2017 “Drawn From: 15 Years of Exhibitions at the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery,” The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery at George Washington University; Washington, DC
2016 “MAP 35th Anniversary Exhibition,” Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD.
2016 “Making Sense: See, Smell, Hear, Taste, Touch,” McLean Project for the Arts; juror, Nora Atkinson; McLean, VA.
2015 -2016 “Micro-Monuments,” Presented by the Washington Sculptors Group, Salzlandmuseum; Schönebeck, Germany and the Center for Hellenic Studies; Washington, DC.
2015 “Transformer 12th Annual Silent Auction,” Katzen Arts Center at American University; Washington, DC
2015 “Rain or Shine: Art in Nature, Nature in Art,” The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery at George Washington University; Washington, DC
2015 “Cosmos at the Cosmos,” The Cosmos Club; curator, Lenore Miller: Washington, DC
2015 “Alchemical Vessels,” Smith Center for Healing and the Arts; Washington, DC
2014 “Sculpture Now 2014 – 30th Anniversary, Washington Sculptors Group”; American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center; curator, Jack Rasmussen; Washington, DC
2014 “Survival,” Cosmos Club, Washington, Dc
2014 “Washington Color Abstraction,” The Gabarron Foundation; curator, Donald Kuspit; New York, NY
2013 “Fall for the Arts,” The Katzen Arts Center at American University; Washington, DC
2013 “Washington Art Matters,” The Katzen Arts Center at American University; Washington, DC
2013 “Alchemical Vessels,” Smith Center for Healing and the Arts; Washington, DC
2012 “Signals,” DC Arts Center; curator: J.W. Mahoney; Washington, DC
2012 “Fall for the Arts,” The Katzen Arts Center at American University; Washington, DC
2012 “Select 2012,” Washington Project for the Arts; Washington, DC
2011 National Museum of Women in the Arts; Washington, DC
2011 “Catalyst”; Washington Project for the Arts, American University; curator: J.W. Mahoney; Washington, DC
2010 Juried “Call for Artists Show”; BlackRock Center for the Arts, Germantown, MD
2010 “Gaps”; Greater Reston Art Center; curator: Vesela Sretenovic, Reston, VA
2010 “Cream”; Washington Project for the Arts; curator: Mera Rubbell, The American University; Washington, DC
2008 “Personal Geometry”; Emerson Gallery; Mclean, VA
2007 “Washington Women in the Arts: A Selection”; Osuna Gallery; Washington, DC
2006 “On the Verge”; American Center for Physics; College Park, MD
2006 “Pulse 2006”; Hillyer Art Space; Washington, DC
2005 “Faces of the Fallen”; Women’s Military Museum; Arlington, VA
2004 Chautauqua Institute; Chautauqua, NY
2003 Chautauqua Institute; Chautauqua, NY
2002 Chautauqua Institute; Chautauqua, NY
2002 “Math=Art”; Frostburg College; Frostburg, MD
2001 /2002 Anton Gallery; Washington, DC
2000 American University; Vaughn Associate; New York, NY
1999 “International Visions”; Artists for Amnesty International; Washington, DC
1999 Emerson Gallery; McLean, VA
1997 “Flowers”; Osuna Gallery; Washington, DC
1997 Auction; Corcoran Gallery of Art; Washington, DC
1997 Maryland Art Place; Baltimore, MD
1995 “Three Visions”; Washington Project for the Arts; Washington, DC
1995 “Artist to Artist”; Rock Creek Gallery; Washington, DC
1995 AFTA: Embassy of Federal Republic of Germany; Washington, DC
1995 “Collaboration at its Best”; George Mason University; Fairfax, VA
1995 “Portraits”; The George Washington University; Washington, DC
1995 “Prints 1995”; Baltimore Museum of Art; Baltimore, MD
1984 -1994 Auction; Washington Project for the Arts; Washington, DC
1994 A New Nature”; Emerson Gallery; McLean, VA
1993 “Cryptics”; School 33; Baltimore, MD
1993 “NNDG”; Emerson Gallery; McLean, VA
1992 St. John’s College; Collegeville, MN
1992 “Alumni”; Corcoran Gallery of Art; Washington, DC
1992 “WPA Show”; Corcoran Gallery of Art; Washington, DC
1991 “The Critic’s Choice”; Watkins Gallery, The American University; Washington, DC
1991 “Collector’s Favorites”; RAP; Rockville, MD
1991 “Washington Print Show”; Brody Gallery/Gallery K; Washington, DC
1990 “Moscow/Washington, DC Exchange”; Moscow, USSR
1990 “Art Against Aids”; Washington Projects Arts; Washington, DC
1990 “Metaphoric Messages”; Strathmore Hall Arts Center; Rockville, MD
1990 Rockville Arts Place; Rockville, MD
1989 “Select Auction”; Washington Projects Arts; Washington, DC
1988 “Four Sculptors”; Washington Square; Washington, DC
1987 “Sculpture”; Georgetown-Omni Hotel; Washington, DC
1987 “Paintings and Sculptures”; Osuna Gallery; Washington, DC
1987 “Figurative Show”; Washington Square; Washington, DC
1986 Driscoll Gallery; Denver, CO
1986 “Art and Function”; Painted sculpture; Washington Square; Washington, DC
1986 “Select Sculpture”; G. Sander Fine Art Gallery; Daytona Beach, FL
1986 “Disquieting Figure”; Osuna Gallery; Washington, DC
1986 “Garden of Earthly Delights”; Gallery Ten; Washington, DC
1985 “Artists’ Self Portrait”; Jane Haslem Gallery; Washington, DC
1985 “The Washington Show”; Corcoran Gallery of Art; Washington, DC
1984 “Washington Galleries”; Strathmore Hall Arts Center; Washington, DC
1982 “Summer Exhibit”; Osuna Gallery; Washington, DC
1981 “Hanover Place”; Osuna Gallery; Washington, DC
1981 “OPTIONS ‘81”; Washington Project for the Arts; Washington, DC
1977 “Summertime”; Pyramid Gallery; Washington, DC
1976 “Summer Exhibit”; Pyramid Gallery; Washington, DC



Selected Essays and Reviews

The Washington Post, “In the galleries,” Mark Jenkins; August 9, 2019
Vineyard Gazette, “Going Big on the Gallery Scene,” Louisa Hufstader; July, 22, 2019
MV Times, “Carol Brown Goldberg unearths a world of foliage,” by Brooks Robards, August 15, 2018
Featured on WUSA 9, “Exploring the outdoor space at Martha’s Table,” June 7, 2018
White Hot Magazine, “Donald Kuspit on Surreal Nature: Carol Brown Goldberg’s Entanglement Series” by Donald Kuspit, May 2018
Art Daily, “American University Museum spring shows feature science and art entangled, Zapotec myth and magic, among others,” April 3, 2018
Essay: in Entanglement: Carol Brown Goldberg. Entanglement: Carol Brown Goldberg’s Recent Art by Dr. Robert S. Mattison, International Arts and Artists, 2018
Foreword: Entanglement: Carol Brown Goldberg. Foreword by Jack Rasmussen, International Arts and Artists, 2018
Reading Eagle, “Reading Public Museum brings sculpture outside,” Ron Devlin; October 14, 2017
Vineyard Gazette, “Finding Herself Through Art, Guided by Intuition,” August 3, 2017
ArtfixDaily, “Frost Museum Explores the Metaphysical Relationship Between the Arts, Science and Nature,” April 18, 2017
eGlobal Travel Media, “Tangled Up in Supernatural Realms,” April 10, 2017
Art Daily, “Nature, science, and art intertwine at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU,” April 8, 2017
SciArt Magazine, “REVIEW: Tangled Nature at the Frost Art Museum,” Betty Milonas; March 28, 2017
FIU News, “Frost super-murals a collaboration of hundreds,” Gisela Valencia; March 20, 2017
Interview: in Carol Brown Goldberg: Tangled Nature. Interview between Carol Brown Goldberg and Klaudio Rodriguez, Curator, Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, 2017
Foreword: in Carol Brown Goldberg: Tangled Nature. Director’s Foreword by Jordana Pomeroy, PhD, Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, 2017
Essay: in Carol Brown Goldberg: Tangled Nature. Celebration by Jack Rasmussen, Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, 2017
Essay: in Carol Brown Goldberg: Tangled Nature. The Incarnation of Line by Christopher Addison, Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, 2017
The Washington Post, “In the galleries: ‘Micro-Monuments’ that take on a global perspective,” Mark Jenkins; September 24, 2016
The Washington Post, “In the galleries: Carol Brown Goldberg,” Mark Jenkins; April 1, 2016
Feature: DC Modern Luxury, “Paradise Found,” by Holly Mazar-Fox, March 2016
Interview: Open Prairie, “Carol Brown Goldberg: A Personal Journey;” Leda Cempellin, 2015
Interview: Juliet Art Magazine, “Carol Brown Goldberg: A Personal Journey;” Leda Cempellin, October – November, 2015
Montclair State University, “New Sculpture on Campus by Artist Carol Brown Goldberg;” August 17, 2015
The Washington Post, “In the galleries: Carol Brown Goldberg,” Mark Jenkins; August 14, 2015
MV Times; “An Arresting Display at A Gallery,” Gwyn MacAllister; August 12, 2015
MV Times; “Chilmark,” Valerie Sonnenthal; February 12, 2015
SpaceCoastDaily.com, “Carol Brown Goldberg Sculptures Coming To Foosaner,” Adam Lowenstein, September 14, 2014
The Washington Post; “Sculpture gives a nod to nature,” Mark Jenkins; November 30, 2014
VeroNews; “Two shows feature works of Carol Brown Goldberg,” Ellen Fischer; September 11, 2014
Artist? The Hypothesis of Bodiness. by Fre Ilgen; 2014
Reading Eagle; “’The Circle of Time’ expands abstraction,” Ron Schira; December 1, 2013
Vineyard Gazette; “Chilmark,” Janie Slater; November 8, 2013
Arts & Ideas Magazine; “Artist Profile; Carol Brown Goldberg,” Summer 2013
Washington Art Matters: Art and Life in the Capital 1940-1990. by Jean Lawlor Cohen, Sidney Lawrence, Elizabeth Tebow; 2013
The Huffington Post; “Haiku Reviews: From Atmospheric Abstractions To Semi-Operas,” Peter Frank; June 12, 2013
The Washington Post; “Coded messages, big and bold,” Michael O’Sullivan; June 7, 2013
Where Magazine; “The D.C. Eight,” Jean Lawlor Cohen; May 2013
The Washington Post; “Space and light, right on the dot,” Mark Jenkins; January 4, 2013
The Washington Post; “Critic Review for Carol Brown Goldberg,” Michael O’Sullivan; December 21, 2012
The Washington Post; “Museum keeps things fresh this fall,” Michael O’Sullivan; November 23, 2012
The Washington Post; “Signals’ shows there’s plenty going on in the Washington art scene,”
Mark Jenkins; November 9, 2012
The Washington Post; “Gallery Opening of the Week,” Michael O’Sullivan; October 12, 2012
GW Today; “Artist Creates Outdoor Sculpture for University;” Julia Parmley; September 14, 2012
Catalog Cover; “Art Sante Fe,” July 2012
The Washington Post; “Carol Brown Goldberg,” Mark Jenkins; April 2012
Essay: in Carol Brown Goldberg; Sculpture and Works on Paper. Meanders by Christopher Addison, The George Washington University, 2012
The Washington Post; “A Viewpoint; Women Making Sculpture,” Michael O’Sullivan; November 2011
Washingtonian; “Take a Look at That!” Kathleen Bridges, October 2011
The Montclair Patch; “The Cosmic Everyday: Carol Brown Goldberg – Painting and Sculpture,” Carol Selman, October 2011
Essay: in Carol Brown Goldberg; Painting and Sculpture. The Transpersonal and the Personal by Donald Kuspit, George Segal Gallery, 2011
Interview: in Carol Brown Goldberg Painting and Sculpture. Thinking With Things with Glenn Harper, George Segal Gallery, 2011
La Crónica de Hoy; “Mi pintura busca plasmar la evolución del tiempo: Carol Brown;”
Juan Carlos Talavera; February 27, 2010 (Culturas)
The Washington Post; “Churning through D.C.’s studios to find the ‘Cream;’” Jessica Dawson; December 18, 2009 (Style C1)
Valley News; “Physics Inspires the Paintings of the Renowned Artist Carol Brown Goldberg; Show
Opens in January;” December 16, 2009
El Norte; “Integran en expo luz, ciencia y color;” November 18, 2009
El Norte; “Une arte y ciencia,” Abraham Vázquez; October 29, 2009 (VIDA 13)
El Norte; “El caos y la belleza,” Guadalupe Loaeza; October 10, 2009
ABC; “Una opción por lo Bello,” María Candela; August 8, 2009
Que.es; “La Casa de Vacas se abre a los colores y círculos cósmicos de Carol Brown Goldberg;” August 4, 2009
The Gazette; “Science, Spirit Combine in Works by Carol Brown Goldberg,” Claudia Rousseau; July 1, 2009
La Opinión; “Carol Brown muestra en Murcia su passion por la física y el Universo,” A. Guardiola; June 18, 2009 (46)
Elfaro; “Carol Brown reivindica la física del arte abstracto con su polícroma ‘Obra Reciente,’” María Astilleros; June 18, 2009 (Cultura 28)
La Verdad; “Carol Brown Ilena Los Molinos del Rió de miles de cristales pulverizados;” June 18, 2009 (54)
El Mundo, Valladolid; “Carol Brown exhibe su abstración geométrica y luminiscente en la Fundación Gabarrón;” October 8, 2008, no. 6.869
El Día de Valladolid; “Geometría abstracta del orden y el caos,” Daniel G. Rojo; October 8, 2008, 3.017
El Norte de Castilla; “Orden musical,” María Aurora Viloria; October 8, 2008, 152:59.018
ABC, Premios Gabarrón; “Brown Goldberg: La nueva abstracción,” H. Díaz; October 10, 2008
Shift: At The Frontiers Of Consciousness; Institute of Noetic Sciences; “Endpoint,” September – November, 2008
Art in America; “Report from Washington DC: To a Different Drum,” J.W. Mahoney; May 2008 (94-98)
Carol Brown Goldberg. The Shape of Time by Barbara Rose, 2007
Carol Brown Goldberg. Afterword by Jack Rasmussen, 2007
Carol Brown Goldberg. Reinventing Aura: Carol Brown Goldberg’s Abstract Paintings by Donald Kuspit, 2007
The Washington Post; “Sunday Source Pick of the Week”; September 3, 2006
Essay: Painting as Meditation by Barbara Rose, 2005
Wingspan; Cheyenne, Wyoming; Sept. 22, 2003-“Abstract Artist to Show 9-11 Thoughts’
Montgomery County Gazette; March 10, 2000-Bernice August-Portrait of an Artist
Writing from the Heart by Nancy Slonum Aronie, Hyperion Press, New York, February, 1998
George Washington Magazine; Winter 1996; Paul Claussen; George Washington and the Mystery of the Fifty Missing Shares
City Paper; August 18, 1995-Martha McWilliams; George Washington…Past and Present
The Washington Post Weekend; June 30, 1995 – Hank Burchard; Washington Crossing the Spectrum
University of Maryland; Undergraduate Program, Summer 1994; Maryland Artists Collection
Baltimore Alternative; October, 1993 – Cecelia Meisner; Patterns of Harmony and Anguish
Baltimore Sun Newspaper; October 9, 1993 – John Dorsey
The Baltimore Magazine; September/October, 1993-At the Galleries
The Baltimore Sun Newspaper; May 12, 1993 – John Dorsey
The Baltimore City Paper; May 4, 1993 – Mike Giuliano-Cracking the Codes
Art in America; July, 1992 – J.W. Mahoney – Carol Goldberg
The Washington Review; April/May, 1992 – Mokha Laget –New Works on Paper
Washington Post; February 8, 1992 – Michael Welzenbach
Washington Post; October 6, 1990 – Michael Welzenbach
The New Art Examiner Magazine; March, 1990 – Jane Addams Allen
The Washington Times; January 4, 1990 – Alice Thorson; Exhibits Redefine Washington’s Art Identity
The Chevy Chase Gazette; December 14, 1989 – Ruth Palombo; Artist Blends Physics with Chaos – Pastel Paintings
Eyewash; December 1989 – Ellen Gordon Gordon – Carol Goldberg
The Washington Post – December 2, 1989 – Michael Welzenbach-Goldberg at Osuna
The Washington Post Magazine; December 15, 1988 – Jura Koncius; Taking a Bough; Artists Deck Their Halls
Museum and Arts Magazine; September – October, 1988 – A.J. Loftin
New Art Examiner; June, 1988 – M. Laget
New Art Examiner; Art Review, Paul Bowman, 1987
Tokyo, Japan’s La Seine – August 1987 – Three Women of Washington, DC
Roanoke Times & World News; April 19, 1987 – Ann Weinstein
Virginia Tech Collegiate Times; April 14, 1987 – Andy Cohell and Terrie Gabriel
Hill Rag; March 4-18, 1987 – Cover Washington Review; Dec/Jan, 1986 – 1987 – Roz Kuehn – Art & Function
Hill Rag; July 2-15 – Cover
New Art Examiner; Summer, 1986 – J. W. Mahoney, Washington, D.C., Carol Goldberg
The Montgomery Journal – June 6, 1986 – Linda Waters
The Washington Post; May 17, 1986 – Jo Ann Lewis, Goldberg’s Winter Wonderland
The Washington Times; May 8, 1986 – Michael Welzenbach, Goldberg’s Cutout Celebrate Joy of Color
The Washington Post Magazine; December 8, 1985 – Paul Feinberg, Artist’s Fantasies
The Washington Times; June 20, 1985 – Michael Welzenbach
Volusia Magazine; June 2, 1985 – Cover
Daytona Beach Journal; May 28, 1985 – Sharon O’Neill
The Washington Post Magazine; February 8, 1985 – Joan Nathan
New Art Examiner; October, 1984
The Washington Post; September, 1983 – Chuck Lonconi
The Washington Post; April 29, 1982 – Jo Ann Lewis
The Washington Star; April 20, 1982 – Ben Forgey; Dynamite Show of “OPTIONS” at Washington Project for the Arts
The Washington Post; July 16, 1976 – Jo Ann Lewis

 

 
Teaching

2009 Adjunct Professor of Art; University of Maryland; College Park, MD
2005-1998 Adjunct Professor of Art; American University; Washington, DC
2002-1998 Chatauqua Institution; Chautaqua, NY


Education

1976 BFA; Corcoran School of Art; Washington, DC
1964 Graduate studies; University of Maryland; College Park, MD
1962 Bachelor of Arts; University of Maryland; College Park, MD