Judith E. Goldstein is an award-winning nationally recognized metal artist whose pieces have appeared in invitational museum exhibitions; and have been commissioned, collected, and presented to numerous public figures ( Atty. Alan Dershowitz, music producer Phil Ramone, Israeli Ambassador Zalman Shoval…).

A professional for almost fifty years, her contemporary designs in hollowware, ritual art and jewelry have appeared in magazines (“Food and Wine”, “Gourmet”); books ( Judaic Artisans Today by Kathryn Morton, Judaica- A Collector’s Guide by Myra Yellen Outwater, The Jews in America : A Treasury of Art and Literature by Abraham J. Karp, ed., and The Guild 6 the Designers’ Source of Artists and Artisans.

Her designs have sold through museum gift shops and galleriest across the country- The American Craft Museum, The NY Jewish Museum, The National Museum of Jewish American History…

Having become fascinated with Precious Metal Clay she has combined her love for teaching and for manipulating metal to create a curricula for teaching PMC silver and bronze. She is a PMC Guild certified teacher and has an M.A. in education as well. She teaches PMC at Manchester Community College, Naugatuck Community College, West Hartford Life Learn and privately in her studio.