Goldman is an artist and teacher who, as you can notice in these pieces, explores ancient, traditional images in her work.
As far as process goes Goldman builds the surface of compositions by printing multiple layers of transparent inks onto paper. Then she wipes the plate to create luminous effects. The use of solvents breaks down and builds forms. Her work is in collections including the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Museum of American Art and the Cincinnati Art Museum (as well as many private collections).
She teaches at George Mason University and runs a print atelier, Lily Press, in Rockville, Maryland.