Roger Feldman completed his undergraduate degree in art at the University of Washington in 1972. His MFA was from Claremont Graduate University in Sculpture in 1977. His installations have been exhibited since the late 1970’s and he received an Individual Artist NEA Fellowship in 1986. His site-specific installations and maquettes have been shown in six countries and throughout the United States. His permanent site-specific installations are located in Scotland, Canada, Texas, and Washington State and have contributed to his sensitivity toward temporary large-scale installations throughout North America and Europe. Recent work has been exhibited in Seattle, Orcas Island, WA, Pasadena, CA, and a permanent piece at Laity Lodge, near Kerrville, Texas. Feldman's interior and exterior installations are generally architectural in scale. Feldman's work and career have been honored in Who's Who in American Art: rogerlawrencefeldman.com.