Abigail Lee Goldberger is a contemporary artist, born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1973. She currently lives in San Rafael, California and works out of the ICB Studios in Sausalito, CA. She has taken part in many solo and group exhibitions around New England and in the Bay Area. Her most recent showings include The Farmington Museum in New Mexico, Fe Gallery in Sacramento and O'Hanlon Center for the Arts in Mill Valley, Ca. She is a member of City Art Gallery in the Mission District of San Francisco and does select monthly showings there. She was also named one of the "top ten emerging contemporary artists from San Francisco to know" by the Culture Trip website.
Abigail is primarily an oil painter but has also studied and continues to practice lithography and intaglio printmaking, animation, metalwork, clay and drawing. She learned stone sculpture at an early age from her mother who was an established stone sculptor. From there she has continued to study art, in a variety of disciplines, mostly self taught but also through classes at Massachusetts College of Art and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Abigail is influenced by fairy tales, dreams and stories of all types. Her paintings try to capture the movement of an entire story with all of its evolutions and hidden meanings within a single two dimensional frame.
Abigail Lee Goldberger
Born 1973 Boston, Massachusetts
Lives in San Rafael, California
Works out of ICB Studios in Sausalito, California
Select Monthly Shows City Art Cooperative Gallery, San Francisco, CA (2017-present)
Gateway to the Imagination; Farmington Museum, Farmington, NM.(October-December 2017)
Juried by Julie Sasse curator at the Tuscon Museum of Art
stories and dreams; 1325 Donor's Gallery, Artworks Downtown, San Rafael, Ca. (October 9 - November 6, 2015)
Sponsored by Artworks Downtown
Fairy Tales and Enchantment; Athan's Cafe Gallery, Brookline, Ma. (July 3 - August 31 2014)
Sponsored by Unbound Visual Arts
Bay Area Women Artists; O'Hanlon Center for the Arts, Mill Valley, Ca.(August 2017)
Juried by Donna Seager and Suzanne Gray of Seager Grey Gallery
Fables, Fairytales, Folktales, Legends and Myths; Fe Gallery, Sacramento, Ca.(October-December 2016)
SFWA Artist Choice; SFWA Gallery, San Francisco, Ca.(October- November 2016)
In Your Dreams; Marin Society of Artists, San Rafael, Ca.(Sept-October, 2016)
Juried by Michael Azgour
Bold; O'Hanlon Center for the Arts, Mill Valley, Ca.(June 30, 2016-July 21, 2016)
Juried by Robert Green
Contemporary Women 10; Chico Art Center, Chico, Ca.(April 8, 2016-May 6, 2016)
Arts on our Avenues; Brighton Music Hall, Allston, Ma. (March 2015)
Curated by Arch Gallery. Sponsored by Allston Village Main Streets.
MCCA Arts; Boston Convention and Exposition Center (May - August 2014)
Boston Biennial; The Gallery at Spencer Lofts, Chelsea, Ma. (December 2012)
Renee's Must See Picks- 25 Featured Artists Bon Air Plaza, Greenbrae, Ca. (April- June 2018)
Near Future Ago Group Art Show; Smith Anderson Gallery North, San Anselmo, Ca. and other North Bay locations (Ongoing 2016-)
International Printmaking Exchange- Boston and Montenegro; Harbor Gallery, UMass Boston and in Montenegro, Europe. (January 2013)
Allston Rock City Art Tour; Harvard St. Allston, Ma. (October 2011)
Artist Choice Show; Somerville Museum, Somerville, Ma. (2009 - 2015 April and May)
Allston/Brighton Art Exposition; Honan-Allston BPL, Allston, Ma. (2008 - 2010)
Lecture- How Dreams and Visions Relate to my Artistic Process; O'Hanlon Center for the Arts, Mill Valley, Ca. (2016)
Featured Artist- Alebrijes; Online Journal of Creative Arts (Summer 2016)
Featured Artist- Amethyst Arsenic; Online Literary and Art Journal (Winter 2013)
10 Emerging Contemporary Artists From San Francisco to Know; Justine McGrath at The Culture Trip.com (June 8, 2017)
Chico Art Center Show Celebrates Strength of Women; Chico Enterprise Record (Chico, Ca.) (April 9, 2016)
Renee's Must See Picks- 25 Featured Artists Chosen by Renee Baldocchi, founder of the San Francisco Fine Arts Museum’s Public Programs Department (April 2018)
Dig Radio's Citywide Blackout; Album art for Best of 2013 compilation album chosen by Boston Weekly Dig Newspaper (December 2013)
Gallery 111, gallery committee ; Sausalito, Ca.
show proposals, curation and hanging of shows, gallery upkeep.
ICB Open Studios; Sausalito, Ca. (2015-present)
Joy Street Open Studios; Somerville, Ma. (2009-2015)
Member: ICB Artist Association; Sausalito, ArtWorks Downtown: San Rafael, ArtSpan; San Francisco, O'Hanlon Center for the Arts; Mill Valley
2009 – 2013 UMass Boston
BA in Latin American and Iberian Studies
Minor in Environmental Science.
Recipient of Maria Luisa Osorio Prize
Graduated Summa Cum Laude
2005-2016 Massachusetts College of Art, The Museum School of Fine Arts Boston
Classes in Lithography, Intaglio and Relief Printmaking, Metal Work, Animation, and Figure Drawing.
Studied Lithography under Carolyn Muskat, Master printmaker