• Diane Smith

New library exhibit spotlights Fairfax artist’s pastel works


Wendy Goldberg grew up in New England, where she says she “fell in love with the moody, dynamic skies and landscapes.” As a child, she enjoyed exploring the nearby woods, watching the birds and developing her appreciation for the beauty of nature. “I like drawing things that change — like clouds, the weather, the light,” she says. “Most plein-air artists draw exactly what they see. I tend to shift things around. The piece of art is more important than trying to make a photo replica.” Several of Goldberg’s works will be on display in “Drawing out the Light,” an exhibit set to run July 10-Aug. 9 in the Belvedere-Tiburon Library Founders Room. There will be an artist’s reception from 6 to 8 p.m. July 11. (Diane Smith photo)

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