Daniel Goldstein is a San Francisco based artist originally from New York. His woodblock prints, collages and sculptures have been exhibited in leading galleries and museums throughout the world.
His undergraduate studies took place at Brandeis University where he studied with Michael Mazer and Peter Grippe. He received his BA at The University of California, Santa Cruz. Graduate studies continued at San Francisco State University and St. Martin’s in London where his teachers included Sir Anthony Caro and William Tucker.
Permanent collections containing Daniel’s work include The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, The Oakland Museum, The Berkeley Art Museum, The Art Institute of Chicago and The Brooklyn Museum of Art. His large public sculptures are owned by numerous American and international corporations and municipalities. His mobiles and kinetic works are on display in plazas, lobbies, train stations and town squares from California to Pennsylvania.
Daniel is the founding president of Under One Roof and Visual Aid, two highly successful non-profits that generate funds for education, medical and support services.