Janis Goldblatt — artist


JANIS B. GOLDBLATT - Artist, Psychologist

Inspired by her mother Ethel Goldblatt, a renowned water-colorist and sculptor, Jan has returned "full-steam" to her artistic longings while continuing her practice in psychology. "I love the process of creating in both watercolor and sculpture and try to infuse a subjective response, sensitivity and an emotional/expressionistic quality to my work."

Jan has continued to study and produce art throughout her life after earning a minor in art at SUNY Plattsburgh and is a member of the Artists Assoc. of N. CO, and NEWS. She has studied at Rocky Mt School of Art with Phil Steele, Metro State College, Life Drawing classes with other professional artists, University of N. CO and professional workshops with notable artists including Victor Issa, Karen Ramsay, Bruce Cohen and Najim Chechen ... while also studying independently, approaches by John Pike and Zoltan Szabo.

Jan is pleased to donate two of her origInal watercolor miniatures to the Greeley Chorale, as well as note cards that portray reproductions of some of her watercolors. In her private sales, Jan is devoted to donating portions of the proceeds to Cancer Research and The Arts.

ETHEL K. GOLDBLATT - Watercolorist, Sculptor (1925-2005)

A renowned watercolorist and sculptor whose art is held dearly in both Private and Corporate collections, Ethel was a phenomenal, loving and accomplished person who always saw the world and those she touched, through a caring and spiritual perspective, and held a reverence for life.

Ethel's awards and achievements are numerous and wide-spread flowing into the world of sports, bridge, and the world of art. A charter member of the Northeast Watercolor Society, she had multiple 1 woman shows and juried group shows in the East including the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, and exhibits at the Sculpture Shows in Loveland, CO.

She studied with John Pike at his renowned Woodstock studio, the Art Students League, Mt St Mary College and many other well-known professionals. Ethel was a strong supporter of all artistic venues and brought ethics and excellence to all that she pursued.

Her family has lovingly reproduced limited editions of her art, is pleased to donate note cards to the Greeley Chorale, and gives proceeds to Cancer Research and the Arts.

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