Jill Goldman-Callahan studied Fine Art at Bennington College and has a masters in Art Therapy from Lesley University. She grew up near Philadelphia, raised her family in Concord and recently retired from teaching art in Wellesley Public Schools. She has studied painting with Pat Adams, Thomas Moore, Tim Harney, Tim Hawksworth, Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz and Joan Hanley.
She enjoys experimental process oriented painting and continually surprising herself with unusual resolutions of submerged layers of color, texture and shape. In each painting she searches for the sense of poetic narrative that authentically depicts the interior territory, simultaneously revealing and retaining its secret in the profound language of paint.