Born in LA in 1980, Feldman has been awarded a BA from the College of Creative Studies at UC-Santa Barbara and MFA from Claremont Graduate University. He has been the recipient of a number of awards including the John E Profant memorial Scholarship for the Arts in 2001, the Painting International Art Award, Golden Key Honors Society in 2002, the Mixed-Media International Art Award in 2003, the Walker/Parker Memorial Fellowship in 2008, the prestigious MFANow Award in 2009 and in 2011 he was the recipient of a Durfee Art Grant. Feldman is currently a lecturer at the Otis College of Art and Design in Southern California.
He has exhibited widely throughout the US with works featured in more than 40 group exhibitions and seven solo shows at California galleries including Toomety-Tourell Fine Art in San Francisco.
His paintings are an exploration of the sacred in everyday life. The blurred, ethereal nature of sprayed paint and the multitudinous human features create a crystallographic repetition that causes the retina to vibrate. A tension is formed between uniqueness and difference, abstraction and representation.