Heidi Goldberg: Over and Under; Here and Now

March 14 – May 12, 2024


The North Dakota Museum of Art proudly unveils “Heidi Goldberg: Over and Under, Here and Now,” a captivating exhibition showcasing the visionary work of artist Heidi Goldberg. Through a fusion of printmaking, weaving and a deep reverence for nature, Goldberg’s artistry invites viewers into a world of captivating beauty and introspection.

Goldberg’s journey, fueled by curiosity and a passion for creativity, spans various media, including printmaking, weaving, sculpture and experimental techniques. Inspired by her upbringing and a profound connection to nature, Goldberg’s artwork reflects the intricate beauty of the natural world, from snow covered landscapes to resilient prairie flora.

Her evolution, from a serendipitous printmaking class to immersive experiences in France and academia at the University of Michigan, underscores her commitment to innovation and exploration. Goldberg’s approach to making is deeply rooted in her childhood experiences, where knitting with her mother and observing her father’s garden designs nurtured her appreciation for natural materials and design aesthetics.

Over and Under, Here and Now” marks the seventh exhibition in the Museum’s esteemed Art Makers series, generously underwritten by Dr. William F. Wosick of West Fargo. This series celebrates regional artists and provides a platform for them to delve inot new ideas and themes, fostering cultural enrichment and creativity. Heidi Goldberg earned her BA from Hamline University and her MFA from the University of Michigan, solidifying her reputation as a visionary artist. Her works have been exhibited internationally, resonating with audiences and critics alike.


Dr. William F. Wosick


David Hasbargen & Wayne Zimmerman


Luise Beringer

Installation Images