Company: Seattle Pacific University
Location: Seattle, Washington, United States
Roger Lawrence Feldman has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Installation Art.
An award-winning scholar, artist, and professor, Mr. Feldman is highly regarded for the creative works he has produced over the course of his four-decade-long career. Inspired by the beauty that comes when you create something by hand, he is most known for his Site-Specific Installations using wood, concrete, steel, and stone. In 2013, he spent a month as an artist in residence at Brush Creek Ranch in Saratoga, Wyoming. Previously, he was a Jentel Artist in Residence and a Yaddo Artist in Residence. Mr. Feldman’s art has brought him much acclaim, especially during the last ten years. His standout projects over the past decade include a permanent stone installation at Freswick Castle, Caithness, Scotland, an art installation with Jack Straw Productions, a temporary outdoor installation entitled “Change” in Seattle, Washington, a one-man show at Regent College in Vancouver, Canada, a group show at The Whatcom Museum, in Bellingham, WA, an Installation at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA, an Installation on Orcas Island, WA, a group show at the Kirkland Arts Center, (WA), and a permanent stone installation for the HEB Foundation Camps in Texas. Mr. Feldman’s works have also been shown internationally, including a display in 1994 at Queens’ College of Cambridge University in England, and a show in 1993 in Deene Park, Northamptonshire, England. He created a site-specific exterior installation for the Field of Dreams, and in 2009 his exterior installations were built on site at both Taylor University and Calvin College.
In recognition of his professional excellence, Mr. Feldman has been the recipient of a Prescott Sculpture Award from Christians in the Visual Arts, a Connemara Sculpture Grant, an Individual Artist Project Award from the King County Arts Commission, an Individual Artist Fellowship in Sculpture from the National Endowment for the Arts and The David Gaiser Award for Sculpture from the Cheney Cowles Museum, (WA). To support his career in the arts, Mr. Feldman earned a Master of Fine Arts in sculpture from Claremont Graduate University. He also achieved a Bachelor of Arts in art education from the University of Washington, which afforded him the opportunity to work in academia full time while pursuing his passions and skills in art. Mr. Feldman spent 11 years as an art professor at Biola University in La Mirada, California, and then 17 years as a professor of art at Seattle Pacific University. When asked about his success, Mr. Feldman shares that his persistence and willingness to take risks led him to great opportunities and rewards in his career. As he looks ahead, Mr. Feldman plans to dedicate his retirement to doing what he loves: making art.
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