Goldman, an attorney and Past President of Congregation B'nai Amoona and the Solomon Schechter Day School, took up ceramics in the late 1950's. The current series explores the infusion of the Sh'khina in our physical, expressive and interpersonal experiences. Goldman says of his work:
"Though I have control over the shape of the clay and the choice
of glazes I can never be certain just what will occur when the piece is
subjected to intense heat in the kiln where the true hues of the glaze
emerge to bind with the clay body. In a sense I am in partnership with
certain elemental forces of nature in creating something that never was
For more information, you may call Neve Shalom at 314-863-4366.