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Mt. Laurel artist’s work to be featured at library in January

The Mt. Laurel Library will be hosting an abstract painting exhibit by Mt. Laurel resident Marty Goldstein from Friday, Jan. 2 to Friday, Feb. 27. A meet the artist reception will be held on Sunday, Jan. 11 at 3 p.m. Light refreshments will be provided.

“After a 20 year hiatus from painting still life in oils, I resumed painting, this time mainly abstracts in acrylics. My influences are everything I see, feel and experience. I rely on our desires for beauty, poetry and seduction,” Goldstein said.

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Goldstein, who also plays saxophone, added “There is a relationship between my music and my art. Like the melody that rests upon chord progressions, colors rest upon shapes and their texture. As with my saxophone playing, my art is improvisational. Like my music, I rarely end up in the same place where I started and the thrill is the journey.”

Goldstein is a member of the Burlington County Art Guild and the Willingboro Art Alliance. His paintings and prints are for sale. Inquiries can be made at (856) 778–1163 or saxymusic@gmail.com.


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