Scottsdale artist to raise money, awareness for Brain Injury Alliance

A piece by Deena Goldstein (submitted photo)

A piece by Deena Goldstein (submitted photo)

A unique exhibition of work from local Scottsdale artist, Deena Goldstein will be on display at The Creating Spot studio, 7127 E. 6th Ave., for an exclusive trunk show reception — where a portion of sale proceeds are to be donated to the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona.

The trunk show, 1-3 p.m. on Feb. 21, will include Ms. Goldstein’s collection of digital, multimedia Giclee, acrylic and salvage pieces, according to a press release.

Ms. Goldstein’s work embraces an eclectic collection of subject matter, all born of her inspirational view of life’s journey. She hopes to inspire awareness in those attending, the release stated, and the importance of programs and services provided by the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona.

To view additional works by Deena Goldstein, visit

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