29.5" x 44.25"
archival pigment print on gessoed wood substrate:
$4,000 - $5,000 edition of 10
- each substrate is gessoed to add texture to elements in the image and then inkjet printed by Magnolia Editions. Some are oil painted post printing
30" x 45"
Dye-Infused Metal Print
available with Floating Frame only: $1,900
Already on the edge of believability, it is important to me that my photographs are captured entirely in camera - utilizing minimal processing in the computer for sizing and color correction only. Each is a result of a long, hand held, single exposure, merging what can be seen - to that which exists in an invisible, ethereal world. With long exposures and intentional movement, the camera transcends the reality of how things are perceived by the eye in real time. The initial flash captures and freezes the foreground in a hyperreal fashion while the open lens collects swirls of light and color, abstracting space as it lingers. Beyond the flash’s white reach, the long exposure leaves everything in the frame soft and ghostly.
I’ve always been infatuated by the fragile beauty of the botanical world, the changing of the seasons, and the light at the end of the day. It’s the vital spark that emanates from nature unfolding that draws me, in its senescing and regeneration, its imperfections and texture - and how it reflects our own humanness.
Lisa received a BFA in Photography and Printmaking from CCA, in 1979, studying with Charlie Gill, Patricia Tobacco Forrester, Vilem Kriz, Sue Ciriclio and Chris Johnson. She became a successful fine art photographer, represented by The Susan Spiritus Gallery in Newport Beach, The Photographer's Gallery in Palo Alto, and The Foster Goldstrom Gallery in San Francisco, Suzy Locke and Associates in Oakland and The Andrea Schwartz Gallery in San Francisco.
Lisa (AKA Lisa Toby Goodman) studied Horticulture at Merritt College and has been designing landscapes for Goodman Landscape Design, with her husband, Tim Goodman, also a fine art photographer, since 1986. She turned to oil painting soon after their son, Cole, was born, in 1992. In 2012 Lisa returned to the camera and began taking photographs once again. Her current work is a marriage of photography, printmaking and painting.
Freshly Cut Florist, Berkeley, CA OPENING: SATURDAY JUNE 10, 2018 4-6pm hope's bouquet
Gray Loft Gallery, Oakland CA February 9 - March 9, 2018 Seeing Red
Photography Presentation and Talk by Lisa Toby Goodman, El Cerrito Art Association Community Center, El Cerrito, CA, July 10, 2017
Center For Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, Colorado May 19 - July 1, 2017 Landscapes 2017
Gallery Route One, Pt. Reyes, CA January 27- February 19, 2017 Beginnings
1650 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA December 2016 Flower Power
Sticks Framing, Berkeley, CA June 1 - August 15, 2016 Nectar
Nan Phelps Photography Gallery, Kensington, CA May 2016 Found in Time
Gray Loft Gallery, Oakland, CA November 13 - December 11, 2015 Nature (re) Defined
Photo – Fine Art Gallery, Oakland, CA May 14 - June 27, 2015 Flora
Sticks Framing, Berkeley, CA February 2015 - to present
Photo – Fine Art Gallery, Oakland, CA July – August 2014 Summer Breeze
Photo – Fine Art Gallery, Oakland, CA Best of Botanicals National Juried Exhibition May – July 2014
Nan Phelps Photography Gallery, Kensington, CA May 2014
Gray Loft Gallery, Oakland, CAApril – May 2014 Flora and Form
Sticks Framing, Berkeley, CA January – May 2014