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About Jillian Goldberg

Jillian Goldberg Artist Biography and Resume

Jillian Zausmer Goldberg

Born and raised in Cape Town South Africa, Jillian attended the Michaelis School of Art at the University of Cape Town. She studied art education under Stephen DeVilliers and taught private and public school art for children for over thirty years. Jillian founded the Gifted and Talented Development Center of Charlotte, North Carolina in 1984. Through innovative summer camps, art schools and outbound arts programming in the Charlotte and Triangle NC areas, the Center served thousands of children, many of whom returned to teach in the programs as adults in later years. Jillian brought the internationally renowned Monart Drawing method to North Carolina, operating seven licensed Monart schools in Charlotte and the Triangle. She is also a certified Monart Draw and Learn teacher trainer and has conducted professional development workshops for county school systems in five states.

In Cary, North Carolina, where she and her husband now live, she is active in several local arts organizations. Jillian has studied in Raleigh with Bob Burridge, Marty Baird, Leslie Pruneau and Ben Williams and at the Springmaid Watermedia Workshops with Dr. Harold Gregor, Mary Todd Beam and Carole Barnes and at Kanuga Watermedia with Maureen Brouillette. In 2011 Jillian was invited to create instructional DVDs on drawing skills, by Burning Oak Studios. These are distributed by Jerry's Artarama. She is an active member of Artspace in downtown Raleigh. In 2014, Jillian published the only book written about the life and career of the first curator of the North Carolina Museum of Art, Ben Williams. The book is available on Amazon under the title, "Benjamin Forrest Williams, a short biography".

Visual Arts Exchange, Raleigh NC, Views, January 2007
Visual Arts Exchange, Raleigh NC, community exchange artist 2007-2009
FALC Annual Members Show 2008 -2011
FALC Annual Juried Show 2008, 2011, 2013
Cary Gallery of Artists, Juried Spring Shows, 2010-2011
Halle Cultural Arts, Juried show J'Adore 2011
ChromaZones Group Show, Gallery 311, Raleigh, 2010
ChromaZones Group Show, Clayton Cultural Arts Center, October 2010
ChromaZones Group Show, Port City Java, Raleigh, September 2010
ChromaZones Group Show, Cafe Catura Cary NC, December 2011
ChromaZones Group Show, Page Walker Historic Museum, Cary NC, Feb- March 2012
ChromaZones Group Show, Durham Art Guild, April 2013
ChromaZones Group Show, Gallery 311 Raleigh, April 2014

Solo Shows:

Halle Cultural Arts Center, Apex NC 2010
Streets of London Antiques, Cary NC 2011, 2017, 2018
Chatham Hill Winery, Cary NC, July-August 2011, "Identity Document"
Chatham Hill Winery, Cary NC Jan-Feb. 2012, "The Fourth Day"
Temple Beth Meyer, Raleigh NC, December 2011
North Ridge Country Club, April 2013
Roundabout Art Collective, Raleigh 2016
Village Art Circle of Cary 2015, 2016

Special honors:
Juror for Visual Arts in the Raleigh Wake Senior Games, 2007, 2008
Juried into Mosaic, Duke Hospital Raleigh 2010
Juried into Landscapes at Cary Gallery of Artists, October 2010, won third place, juror Susan Sarback
Juried into Small Treasures at Cary Gallery of Artists, April 2011
Juried into North Ridge Country Club Show 2011, 2013, 2014
Juried into the Art of the Auction Gala at the North Carolina Museum of Art, 2011, 2012, 2013
Juried into the Junior League of Raleigh Art Auction, 2011, 2013
Juried into the Fine Arts League of Cary Annual Show, 2011. Honorable Mention award, 2013
Juried into the Raleigh Fine Arts Society North Carolina Artists 2011.
Juried into Artspace two woman show in the Upfront Gallery, October 2018
Juried into Artspace Corridors show, October 2017