CREATIVE INTENTIONS – Part III
Art and Technology


Live on ZOOM: Wednesday Feb 24, 3:30-5PM

Artist Colin Goldberg with recent paintings Invictus, 2020 (left) and Dr. No, 2020 (right). Each work is 48 x36 inches, acrylic and archival inkjet on linen. Photo: Aya Goldberg.

Artist Colin Goldberg with recent paintings Invictus, 2020 (left) and Dr. No, 2020 (right).

Each work is 48 x36 inches, acrylic and archival inkjet on linen.  Photo: Aya Goldberg.


How can artists use innovative new technology to express themselves? Following a virtual tour of Pollock and Krasner’s studio, Education Coordinator, Joyce Raimondo, and Director, Helen Harrison, will present artists who challenge traditional practices in painting with innovative technology.

Our spotlight artist, Colin Goldberg, whose art explores the intersection of technology and Expressionism, will guide us through his studio and present his work live on Zoom.

Goldberg coined the term Techspressionism, a movement of international artists working with technology. Following the presentations, participants will be invited to share their work and creative intentions centering on the theme of technology.

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AAQ / Resource: Colin Goldberg, Artist

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