Eva Goetz

1.Angel Robot and Gorilla (1).jpg

Once upon a time there was an angel, a gorilla, and a robot.  60"x60" acrylic gouache on canvas

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Robot grid: Belong, Persist, Really?, Connect, Integrate, Re Boot, Dissolve, Question and Wake. 

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Robot Cards: Bias, Black Box, Calculate, and Code

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Robot cards: Connect, Creation, Cyborg, and Data acrylic gouche on canvas,

3. Goddess and Robtot_Holding Birds_Goet

The Robot is found wandering in the burnt forest  16" x 22" acrylic gouache on canvas

4. The Goddess meets the Robot_Goetz.jpg

The Robot meets the Goddess 16'x16" acrylic gouache on canvas

5. Robot CARDS_Robot Speak_2018_Goetz 12

Robot grid: Belong, Persist, Really?, Connect, Integrate, Re Boot, Dissolve, Question and Wake. 

Robot #5_  'Hands Up'  36_x36_  acrylic

Hands up! Don't shoot! 36"x36" acrylic gouche on canvas

Though Eva Goetz's work is colorful and playful, her work is also a serious platform where deep questions are considered: Are we marching toward a future filled with health and well-being or are we on a destructive course, drunk and blinded with new creative ability? Are we fully considering the impact of innovations on society (democracy) and our planet?

Born in Texas with Mexico next door, Eva Goetz was influenced by the land: the bright and dusty colors found both within the landscape and in narrative folk paintings. Such colors punctuate Goetz’s robots in the form of dots. As the artist explains:

“Dots are both energy and form. As circles, dots can become windows into consciousness. As points, dots can punctuate beginnings and endings. Or perhaps dots are points of light or energetic origins or infinity itself. We all begin and end somewhere.”