Roger Feldman received his BA in Art from the University of Washington in Seattle and his MFA in Sculpture from Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California. While still in graduate school, his work was selected for a show in Pasadena, CA, and included in an NBC TV special documentary on earthquakes. Feldman has had more than 40 one person shows and his work has been included in over 80 group exhibitions. In 1986, Feldman received an Individual Artist NEA Grant and his work began showing regionally and nationally. His site-specific installations, maquettes, and 2-D works have been shown in twenty-one states and six countries, including Canada, England, Scotland, Austria, Portugal, and Spain. In 2008 Feldman was invited to be one of seven North American artists to meet with seven Asian artists in Bali Indonesia. From that studio interaction an international travelling exhibition continued for three years. Feldman has participated in Artist Residencies at Yaddo in upper state New York; Jentel, outside of Sheridan Wyoming; and Brush Creek Ranch outside of Saratoga, Wyoming. His work is included in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the West, Who’s Who in American Art, and Who’s Who in the World since or before 2006. His work has been reviewed or featured in publications such as the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, Los Angeles Art Scene, The Dallas Morning News, The Dallas Observer, Art Week, The Seattle Times, The Spokane Spokesman Review, and The Third Way, Exeter, England. Since 2005, his work has been included in the Washington State Arts Commission “Artist Pool” for public art. Public art permanent large scale commissions have included work in Scotland, Canada, Texas, and Renton, Washington.
New Media Gallery 2016-17 (with Jeff Roberts): The New Landscape: Reconstructed Ecologies