Bonita Williams Goldberg

Bonita Goldberg, a native of Southwest Ohio, is known for her color field abstracts and landscapes. Her paintings are bold, expressive interpretations on nature and light.  She is influenced by Helen Frankenthaler, Rothko, Diego Rivera, Georgia O’Keeffe and Wolf Kahn. A Thomas More College graduate, she also studied at the College of Mt St Joseph, Cincinnati Art Academy, and graduate studies at Miami University.

Now residing in Fairfield, Ohio, Goldberg is currently represented by galleries in Ohio, Virginia, Florida, Tennessee, Indiana and Washington. Bonita has also been employed as an art consultant at Works of Art Gallery, Clossons Art Gallery, Art on Symmes and most recently at Eisele Gallery. She has also taught at the Fitton Center for the Arts in Hamilton, Ohio. 

In 2011, Goldberg had a solo show at the Fairfield Community Arts Center. She was also featured in group exhibitions at Art Off Symmes, Eisele Gallery, Miami University VOA, Cincinnati Art Club among many others. In 2012, Bonita had a solo show at Thomas More College: Eva Farris Gallery.

Bonita is in corporate collections at Greater Cincinnati Cardiovascular Consultants, Pearson and Justice (Lexington), Ronald McDonald House, Women's Imaging Center, Vitas/Hospice, United Way (Hamilton), American Embassy (Prague), Cincinnati Bell Corporate Collection, AE Door Sales, BAR Wilson, Red Hawk Technologies, West Chester Medical Center, and Springfield Regional Medical Center. She is also in many private collections within the United States and abroad.