Eric Goldberg was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 1946. He studied at Parsons School of Design and The New School for Social Research before receiving his BFA from New York University and his Masters from New Mexico University. He was founding Chairman of the Art/Design Department of Quinebaug Valley Community College in Connecticut from 1986-2003.
Goldberg is a master printmaker working in etching and aquatint, with some of his images printed in multi-plate color. His passion for drawing can be seen in the intricate details of his works and in the subtle, complexity of his patterns. He is a member of the American Print Alliance, The Society of American Graphic Artists (SAGA), Los Angeles Printmakers Society, The Printmakers Network of Southern New England and The Boston Printmakers, where he is Secretary.
His prints have been exhibited extensively in the United States & abroad. He has received awards from The Society of American Graphic Artists: The Newport Museum of Art; American Color Print Society & Davidson National Print and Drawing Exhibition. His work is in the collections of; Aetna Life & Casualty Corp., Hartford, CT., California State Univ., San Diego, Ca., General Electric Corporation, Museum of Art, Science and Industry, Bridgeport, CT., Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, NM., Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan, Yale University, New Haven, CT., and others.