Eva Rose Goetz
Updated: Feb 8
I have been baring my teeth and using my paintbrush against injustice and celebrating the miracle of living through painting for many years.
Born in Texas, I was influenced by the land and Mexican folk art. The dusty colors found in the landscape of the Southwest and the bright palette found within narrative folk paintings have influenced my work.
Spirituality infuses my world.
Presently, dots lead the narrative. Dots are windows or points of light or infinity itself. After all, we begin and end somewhere.
If we say each other as molecular dots of light, how might the world change?
Born Dallas 1952. 1987 moved to Maine, taught @ Portland School of Art summer program. Exhibitions: Davidson and Daughters, Elizabeth Moss Gallery, The Jewish Museum, Farnsworth Museum, Thomas Moser Galleries, Cove Street Arts. Adjunct Brown University. Education: BFA UT Austin, MSEd Bank Street College, NYC. Further education: Haystack Mountain School in Deer Isle. Two Pecha Kucha talks, Percent for art grant for Yarmouth Middle School from Maine Arts Commission. Articles: Maine Arts Journal and Hole in the Head Poetry Review. Directed children’s area - Maine Festival, Thomas Point Beach. Mom of two creative activist daughters.