Georgia June Goldberg is an artist who trained and practiced initially as an architect. She studied art at Yale College (Departmental Honors, Magna Cum Laude) and at Princeton University, where she studied drawing and painting with Sean Scully and earned a Masters of Architecture degree, studying with Michael Graves.
She has exhibited her work in museums and galleries throughout the United States and has received several awards of residencies and grants. She teaches fine art and architecture at California College of the Arts and at the College of Marin in the Bay area and was last year’s Marin Arts Council Studio Grantee Awardee at the Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA. She lives in Ross, CA.