From the series Robert Goldstrom fascinate us with small views of Brooklyn and Manhattan. The artist's studies of city skylines are painted at various times of day, offering slight shifts in perspective while chasing sunlight. His panoramic portals mimic the horizontal view of where skyscrapers and bridges meet cloud and sky as seen from the street or a top story window. The Williamsburg Bank Building - an iconic beacon for many Brooklynites and the artist’s own “Mt. Fuji”- can be spotted in many of his paintings. For many years Goldstrom worked as an illustrator, a skill which can be found in his graphic approach to painting. Goldstrom received both the Gold and Silver Metal from the Society of Illustrators.