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  For Immediate Release:   Exclusive Todd Goldman “NEVER GROW UP” Exhibit at The Ross Art Group   Exhibit Features Over 100 Rare and Original Pieces of Art by the Celebrated Pop Culture Icon - Offered in New York for the Very First Time   September 14-17, 2017   New York, New York – July 11, 2017 – The Ross Art Group, Inc., a popular Midtown New York gallery, has announced an exclusive exhibit of original Todd Goldman artworks titled “NEVER GROWUP.” Described as “art you can enjoy seven days a week and it still  makes you happy every time you look at it,” the over 100 pieces of original art also marks the first time Goldman’s art has exhibited and been offered for sale in New York. Unlike other artists, Goldman’s art takes a whimsical approach to adult humor in his use of figures, colors and size. The almost child-like approach to his art makes each original canvas an exceptional piece that has been collected by fans, avid art collectors and celebrities from around the world.  The “NEVER GROW UP” exhibit opens September 14, 2017 – September 17, 2017 at The Ross Art Group located at 532 Madison Avenue (at 54th), 4th Floor in New York. The gallery opens at 10:00 a.m. ET.  Plans for Todd Goldman to appear during the opening will be announced at a later date.   The pop culture icon is a self-professed Professional Doodler, as well as a popular author, fashion designer and producer. Celebrities like Sir Paul McCartney and others own original Goldman artworks and his simple yet exuberant subjects have created a pop culture phenomenon. His art has also inspired books including “Boys Are Stupid, Throw Rocks at Them” ( omit this released in 2005) and others that followed including “Girls are Weirdos but They Smell Pretty” and two children’s books “Animal Soup” and “The Zoo/Drew.” He is currently working on a new children’s book, exclusive memes and more television projects but his art is what drives his passion and creativity.     Goldman’s art is an unabashed satire on adult behavior expressed with a youthful vision. No subject matter is off limits. His art celebrates nerds, spandex, stupid boys, mean girls, sexuality, and so much more.  Often described as a bit irreverent and a bit controversial but always entertaining, no two subjects are alike. Each piece celebrates the child in all of us. From “Spandex is a Privilege Not a Right” to “I Bring Nothing to the Table” or from “Boys are Stupid Throw Rocks at Them” to “We’re the Same Color You Idiot” the exclusive exhibit is expected to draw both domestic and international crowds.      “I often paint what I am thinking or what others are thinking actually. I think we all need to laugh and my art is meant to take a young approach to adult humor and celebrate it on canvas,” said Todd Goldman.   “We are very excited to host NEVER GROW UP at The Ross Art Group in September,” said Mickey Ross, President  & CEO of The Ross Art Group. “It is the very first time Todd’s art will exhibit in New York and we have the honor of hosting. Fans will have a chance to meet Todd, experience his art, read his new book and celebrate the adolescent in all of us. I think all of us would love to “Never Grow Up!”   For more information on Goldman’s appearance or other special events planned for the exhibit check the website at https://www.rossartgroup.com.   Hi-res images are available by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   ABOUT THE ROSS ART GROUP   The Ross Art Group is one of New York’s premiere galleries and is situated in the heart of Midtown Manhattan at 532 Madison Avenue (at 54th St), 4th Floor. The company offers collectors and art enthusiasts a broad collection of original vintage posters and fine art along with a full design services, custom framing and restoration services.  Their full collections can be viewed at www.rossartgroup.com.       Press Contact   Caroline Galloway   (440) 591-3807   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   www.m2mpr.com