Sunday, January 9, 2011


For 50 years, Jeremiah Goodman has been painting for a client list of who's who, and his watercolors of interiors are gracing the walls of collectors such as Carolina Herrera to Reed Krakoff.

Brought up during the depression, Goodman values a strong work ethic and paints each day. It is apparent in his work that this artist sinks his heart and soul into his work. ENJOY!

 The February issue of Architectural Digest is amazing.  Please pick up your copy to see this article and many others.

See you soon,
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Punctuation Mark said...

beaitufl works of art!

Anonymous said...

Hi Teresa..I love Jeremiah's work..his pieces are so vibrant...
have a super Sunday..

Marianne - Style For Living said...

Gorgeous work! I will have to pick up the magazine.

Design in the Woods said...

Such gorgeous paintings of interiors! Can't wait to see the Arch Digest spread. I don't have my copy yet!

I'm a new follower...nice blog!

Dovecote Decor said...

Thank you again for the award, and I do love interior renderings. Mita Corsini who illustrated the Sister Parish book is one, but I'm making a list. The spectacular Art Hamptons show provoked some interesting images:
Take a peek, we saw beautiful work.

Dovecote Decor said...

Wait, this is my better interior renderings post. Sorry to comment twice, but I love them and write about them. We have an interesting painter in Winston that does spectacular interiors--coming soon. For now try

Haven and Home said...

Amazing work, what I would give to own one!

Angela Duke said...

Of course I love this because we all know how much I love watercolors..these are fabulous.

shari @ little blue deer said...

His artwork is amazing! I particularly love the bottom one, those are my colors! Thank you so much for the award and your lovely comments! Very happy to find you, definitely following and will be back to visit! XX!

Luciane at said...


This is so funny. Today I went to Architectural Digest's site and thought the same thing.. I need to read it! :-)

Wow... gorgeous arts, Teresa! This is wonderful.

Thank you for this post!

Have a Beautiful week, my friend!


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