(American, born 1949)
Seattle-based sculptor Roger Feldman creates large-scale artworks that involve human interaction and movement. They invite the sensory participation of the viewer through vision, sound, and touch. He notes, "The overarching interest throughout has been an underlying fascination with the spiritual. The work continues to ask: 'What is this intangible reality?'"
Feldman graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Art Education in 1972. He received a Master of Fine Arts degree in Sculpture from Claremont Graduate University in Southern California in 1977. He has taught art at Seattle Pacific University since 2000.