Place of Residence/Studio:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
B. F. A., University of Illinois 1986 Champaign, Illinois USA
Alfred University 1983-1984 Alfred, New York USA
Sheridan College 1981-1983 Toronto, Ontario Canada
Lafrenière and Pai Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario, 2003; ARTform, West Palm Beach, Florida, 2003; C.S. Fine Art, Montrose, California 2002; American Craft Museum Circle Collectors Studio Tour, Toronto, Ontario 2002; Kittrell / Riffkind Art Glass, Dallas Texas 2001; Hodgell Gallery, Sarasota, Florida 2001, 2000; SOFA Chicago, Illinois 2001, 2000, 1999; SOFA New York, NY 2001, 2000, 1999; SOFA Miami, Florida 1998; International Art Fair, Galerie Elena Lee, Palm Springs, California 2001; International Art Fair, Sandra Ainsley Gallery, Toronto, Ontario 2001, 2000; 10 North Group Exhibitions, Sandra Ainsley Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, 2003; Wexler Gallery, Philadelphia, PA 2001; John Elder Gallery, New York, NY 2000; Morgan Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA 2000, 1999
Musée Des Arts, Montréal Québec, McDonalds Corporation, Chicago Illinois, HSBC Bank, Toronto, Ontario, Dundee Realty, Toronto, Ontario
A Word From The Artist
Jeff Goodman is a versatile glass artist having excelled in both glass blowing and casting techniques. He is able to create beautiful, lithe, artistic forms such as his Lima vessels, while at the same time completing architectural commissions for both the private and public patrons.
Jeff is quickly achieving a renowned and widespread reputation having been featured in publications such as In Style, and New York Magazine. His work was also included in the Hollywood movie Three to Tango. This is not surprising since his work is modern and classic, incorporating the delicacy of glass and the roughness of urban materials such as raw steel.