My name is Matthew S. Good and I am an artist from Hickory, North Carolina. I am  a student of Roger Allen Nelson and Benjamin F. Long IV.  Please feel free to contact me at matthewsgood@yahoo.com.

Please visit http://www.matthewsgood.com for examples of my work.



March 31, 1983 – Hickory, North Carolina


Private Study with Robert Michael Bock

Private Study with Roger Allen Nelson

Private Study with Benjamin F. Long IV

Fine Arts League of the Carolinas


2010 Catawba Valley Arts Council Regional Artist Project Grant

Selected Collections:

Fr. Robert Ferris – Hickory, NC

Fr. Kenneth Whittington – Morganton, NC

Private Collection – Tel Aviv, Israel

Private Collection – Belfast, Northern Ireland

Francois Santini – Montpellier, France

Benjamin Long – Lucignano, Italy

Benjamin Teeter – Hickory, NC

St Charles Borromeo Catholic Church – Morganton, NC

Private Collection – Hickory, NC

Roger A. Nelson – Blowing Rock, NC

Raines Collection – Hickory, NC

Eric and Patty Shenck – Hickory, NC

Dr. Mark and Anita McManus – Morganton, NC

Fremantle Foundation – Florence, Italy


One Response to “About”

  1. I do not comment, but after reading a bunch of responses
    on About | Matthew S. Good Fine Art. I actually do have 2 questions for you if it’s allright. Is it just me or does it look like a few of these responses look like they are written by brain dead visitors? 😛 And, if you are writing at additional online social sites, I would like to follow you. Could you list of every one of all your social pages like your linkedin profile, Facebook page or twitter feed?

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