During the first COVID 19 quarantine Goldstein was alone in his house for over a month.
His wife Monica trapped in Santiago Chile, not being able to fly back home, and each of his three children in their houses complying with the social isolation.
He spend all of his time drawing and painting watercolors artworks on paper describing his different states of mind caused by his loneliness and social distance.
He drew all his emotional memories and translated them into visual images that recount a great longing for what was believed to be lost at the time.
During this period he painted more than 70 watercolors artworks and all together they became an emotional document that will strongly remain in his artistic biography.