Scottsdale artist awarded solo exhibit at Temple Solel

Goldstein Art. (Submitted photo)

Goldstein Art. (Submitted photo)

A unique exhibition of work from Scottsdale artist Deena Goldstein will be on display at Temple Solel in Paradise Valley from Sept. 1 thru Nov. 30.

The exhibit features 20 works by Ms. Goldstein, including an eclectic collection of digital, multimedia Giclee, acrylic and reclaimed materials, according to a press release.

Deena Goldstein (Submitted photo)

Deena Goldstein (Submitted photo)

An artist’s reception will take place at 10:30 a.m. on Sept. 27 at Congregation Temple Solel, 6805 E. McDonald Drive, where Ms. Goldstein will speak about her work.

This exhibit was chosen by a juried selection from the Temple Solel Art Showcase Committee. A portion of the proceeds from pieces sold will benefit the Temple’s art scholarship initiative, stated the release.

Ms. Goldstein’s work embraces an eclectic collection of subject matter born of her inspirational view of life’s journey. She describes her work as free flowing, out-of-the-box and truly from the heart, according to the release.

She is inspired by her father’s love for “all things western” and for her love of life.

Ms. Goldstein has been painting for more than 30 years. Her art spans from whimsical children’s book illustrations to graphite realism. Much of her work today is created in a digital format that gives her the opportunity to mix multiple mediums into a single piece, stated the release.

To view additional works by Deena Goldstein, visit

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