Harriet Goldman Caldwell was educated at the Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, CT. Her works have been featured in numerous one person and group exhibitions nationally.

Her selected exhibitions include:

HARTWICK COLLEGE, Oneonta, NY
PROVIDENCE COLLEGE, Providence, RI
RATHBONE GALLERY, THE SAGE COLLEGES, Albany, NY
LINCOLN THEATRE, New Haven, CT
THE DISCOVERY MUSEUM, and CITY LIGHTS GALLERY, Bridgeport, CT
THE URBAN INSTITUTE FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTS, Grand Rapids, MI
THE SYNAGOGUE SPACE and SOHO20, NYC
CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY, New Britain, CT
LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY, Shreveport, LA
STAMFORD MUSEUM, Stamford, CT
CHARTER OAK CULTURAL CENTER GALLERY, Hartford, CT
ARTSPACE, Raleigh, NC
NATHAN D. ROSEN MUSEUM GALLERY, Boca Raton, Florida; FL
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM, Tallahassee, FL
LITE RAIL GALLERY, Sacramento, CA
UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS MEDICAL CENTER GALLERY, Worcester, MA
HERA GALLERY, Wakefield, RI
JOSELOFF GALLERY, University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT
FOREMAN GALLERY, HARTWICK COLLEGE, Oneonta, NY
ALL GALLERY, New Haven, CT
SETON GALLERY, UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN, W. Haven CT
ARTSPACE, New Haven, CT
GROUNDS FOR SCULPTURE, Hamilton, NJ
LASCANO GALLERY, Great Barrington, MA
BRATTLEBORO MUSEUM, Brattleboro, VT
APPLETON MUSEUM, Ocala, FL
ATTLEBORO MUSEUM, Attleboro, MA
WINDSOR ART CENTER, Windsor, CT
JOHN SLADE ELY HOUSE, CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ART, New Haven, CT
REAL ART WAYS, Hartford, CT
FIVE POINTS GALLERY, Torrington, CT
THE STUDIO DOOR, San Diego, CA
SAN FERNANDO VALLEY CULTURAL CENTER, Tarzano, CA
among others.

Caldwell has received many awards for her work, which includes:
A 2012 Fellowship from Connecticut Office of the Arts, and in 1996 a Painting Fellowship from the Connecticut Commission on the Art, a grant from the Puffin Foundation, a Millay Resident Fellowship, and a grant, support in part for the exhibition and programs at Rathbone Gallery, The Sage Colleges, Albany from the NY State Council on the Arts: Decentralization Program - administered by the Community Arts Connection of the Albany/Schenectady League of Arts, NY.

Her work has been, included in ‘Tu non uccidere”, (Thou Shall Not Kill) humanity and timeliness of evil, Damiani editore (published in Bologna, Italy), Released: June 2008, and Poetica Magazine, Holocaust Edition 2014.

She taught at the Hartford Art School, University of Hartford for 18 years retiring in 2017. In 2010 she received a Sustained Excellence in Teaching Award from the University of Hartford.

Collections include:
Gerald Huggs, Co. Shreveport, LA
Town of Harwinton, CT
City of New Haven, Board of Education
and private collections.