As an abstract painter I am interested in what happens in the world of a painting when serenity is invaded by a chaotic jumble of randomness.
There is a moment, or a series of moments that are pivotal in the creation of a painting... perhaps the same can be said, in the creation or living of a life.
In that spirit I am pouring, scraping and blotting paint, creating a kind of managed chaos. After the rush of adrenaline subsides, it is then my job to meditate on the results and work with them until the painting feels "right." I want the marks on the canvas to talk to each other, for the layers to interact, for the process of how the painting was built to be apparent.
Feld works out of her studio in Brooklyn, New York. Her work has been shown at the Painting Center in New York, Drawing Rooms in Jersey City, Kent State University, Curate NYC, Art Fair 14C, Paramount Gallery at LIU, and the Monmouth Museum. She was recently featured in Jason McCoy Gallery's online Drawing Challenges XV & XVI. Feld attended the High School of Music and Art (LaGuardia High School) in Manhattan, received her BFA at the City College of New York, and studied at the Art Students League.