Betty Mae Kramer Gallery & Music Room
One Veterans Plaza, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Phone: 301-565-3805


Immemorial brings together two artists with a shared interest in the circle, a shape and symbol that has signified a multitude of meanings by cultures all over the world since ancient times. Shanthi Chandrasekar, an artist trained in the traditional Tanjore Style painting, includes her recent “Red Dot” series of intricate ink drawings and her paintings that reference the circle as a conductor of spiritual power. Susan J Goldman also explores these associations with new screenprints and monotypes where the circle motif unites prints from different bodies of work included in this exhibition.



Show runs from October 12, 2018 to December 7, 2018

Featuring Artwork By:

Shanthi Chandrasekar

Shanthi is a Maryland artist who has been drawing and painting since early childhood. Her interest in understanding different media has led her to experiment with sculpture, photography, printmaking and papermaking. She has also been trained in the traditional art form Tanjore Style painting. Shanthi has been awarded the Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award 2013 and 2016 for Works on Paper. She was awarded the Individual Artist grants from the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, MD in 2009, 2013 and 2016. She was awarded the Maryland Traditions Master Apprentice Award to teach Kolam drawing in 2010.

Shanthi's Website

Susan J Goldman

Susan J Goldman is an artist, master printmaker, filmmaker, and teacher. Goldman received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Indiana University-Bloomington in 1981 and her Master of Fine Arts from Arizona State University-Tempe, in 1984. Since completion of graduate school, Goldman has always had a working studio, and other artists have always sought her out to either train them or assist them to produce their work. After moving to Washington in 1990, Goldman taught printmaking at the Corcoran College of Art and Design, MICA, Georgetown University, while simultaneously working for ten years as a Master Printer and Program Director at Pyramid Atlantic. Since 2012 Goldman sustains a full time vibrant studio practice working with many artists including Renee Stout, Preston Sampson, EJ Montgomery, Eve Stockton, Miriam Morsel Nathan, and most recently, Sam Gilliam.

Susan's Website