Andrea Goldsmith is best known for her painterly abstractions of the Italian landscape. Her colorful artwork incorporates imagery of architectural elements such as grids, gates, hearts, and passages that symbolize the passing of time, changes in direction, barriers to communication, and lost love. An avid dancer, she also depicts her experiences as both an observer and participant in the dance world. Goldsmith continues to explore her interest in portraiture through commissions and paintings of family and friends.
Goldsmith completed a six-week solo exhibition at the Dave and Mary Alper JCC Futernick Family Gallery in MIami in January 2018, showing over thirty of her abstract paintings. In February of that year she participated by invitation in a group show at One Art Space in Tribeca, this time exhibiting her dance paintings.
Andrea lived in Miami from January 2013 until moving to Delray Beach in 2019. Originally from New York City, she spent many years in New England where she studied with well-known artist Wolf Kahn and at the Boston Museum School. She returned full-time to Brooklyn in 2005 and exhibited at the Contemporary Art Fair at the Javits Center, and at the Giacobetti Paul Gallery in DUMBO. She has participated in numerous art fairs including Satellite at Art Basel in Miami, and Clio Art Fair during New York Armory Week.