About the artist:
Pearl Rosen Golden, was born in Brooklyn and received a Masters of Fine Arts from Brooklyn College. As a showing artist she became known for her paintings of sensitively depicting light and atmosphere in landscapes. She received two reviews in Artnews in 1985 and 1990. In ARTnews in 1990 Nancy Grimes wrote, “Her landscapes become intimate theaters in which the spectator succumbs to a mood of quiet reverence in the presence of something larger than himself”. That quote is still true today of Ms. Rosen Golden works and her feelings in producing her body of work. Ms. Rosen Golden is skilled in many mediums including printmaking. She has been part of several print portfolios and her print in the Goloborotko's Studio 20th Anniversary is in the collections of the Munson-Williams-Proctor Art Institute, Utica, New York and Pinacoteca - Museu de São Paulo de Arte Contemporânea, Sao Paolo, Brazil. Ms. Rosen Golden states, "much of my imagery searches for the quiet places with particulars of a moment, a captured space of peace or a memory rediscovered. I always aim for "a box of air" to quote my dear Professor Lennart Anderson. That the space I create in my paintings will become a retreat for the viewer to indulge in. In this crazy time we need to know there is still peace and beauty in paint that warms the soul. It is possible for art to center us in aiming for what is important in life. I will paint my paintings and put that energy out there." Ms. Rosen Golden is also college lecturer. Presently she teaches a painting class call, “Landscape Mindscape”.