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Jack Goldsmith

Jack Goldsmith Self Portrait

Jack Goldsmith

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Jack’s practice includes painting, printmaking and multimedia 3D work; Jack has a strong interest in colour, and works with paint and other materials to express and validate his inner and lived experience. Jack has recently been awarded a Developing Your Creative Practice grant from Arts Council England, which will enable him to further develop his skills in ceramics and to build collaborations with other artists and studios.

Buy work by Jack Goldsmith here at Untitled Gallery.

Exhibitions & Residencies

Coastal Currents, Project Art Works studio, Hastings, 2022

Lucy, Jack, Gabby, Phoenix Art Space, 4 March – 23 April 2023

Residential, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, 23 September 2023 – 25 February 2024

In conversation with Jack Goldsmith and Oliver Crowther, Artist Facilitator.

OC: How would you describe your work?

JG: Particularly great. It just shows textures and colours and all.

OC: Skulls are a recurring theme in your work. What is it about skulls that interest you?

JG: Skulls show what your head looks like on the inside. A skull shows weirdness, I guess.

OC: Your work is often quite graphic in appearance. How do you decide on your use of colour and line?

JG: I use my head and put what looks good together. I try to make work inspired by world famous artists.

OC: Paint seems to be the material you most often use. Why is this?

JG: Paint shows great colours and the skills you have on the inside of you.

OC: Is there anything else you would like to add?

JG: Just become an artist your own way.

Jack Goldsmith is featured at the following exhibitions