Goldstrom's new paintings carry on the study of the human body. Artist manuals of the late 19th century are a jumping-off point for the new Anatomy Paintings.
These oils on linen are an exploration of the male figure, utilizing light, color and design, as well as the relationship between the painter and his models. Goldstom's work is based in longstanding traditional representation modeled with the unerring eye that seas more than is on the canvas. His figures seem captured in a brief moment of hought before their next move. What will it be?