Roberta Goschke was born in 1954 in New Castle, PA and currently resides in Waldoboro, Maine, where she paints landscapes, portraits and still life.
Roberta Goschke studied life drawing and oil painting at the Corcoran School of Art, Art League School, Alexandria Virginia and George Washington University. Her pastel drawings, depicting the Army's involvement in Panama, are included in the collection of the U.S. Army Center for Military History in Washington D.C. She has been a member of the Washington Society of Landscape Painters.
Roberta is associated with the Round Top Center for the Arts, having taught the "Gesture, A Creative Approach to the Figure" Class. She currently hosts a Monday night Life Drawing Group at her Waldoboro Maine Studio.