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Geoff Feder was born and raised in New York City. He graduated from Kenyon College in 1996 with a B.A. in Studio Arts. He worked as an apprentice to sculptors J.J. Veronis, Petah Coyne, Mary Ann Unger, and Lee Tribe. His work has been exhibited widely, including The Allan Stone Gallery in New York City, The Wyoming Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and Brecknock Hall in Long Island, New York. He was recently a featured artist at Stock Island in Key West, Florida. He has participated with Collaborative Concepts in their Saunders Farm project, where a cattle farm is the backdrop for an outdoor sculpture show in Garrison, New York.
Geoff Feder created and co-curated a show featuring 20 New York area artists called: MEGADECK and MEGADECK 2, at the Paramount Center for the Arts in Peekskill New York. Geoff's sculpture was featured at the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art in their 'Power of Place' and 'Peekskill Project V' exhibits. Most recently Geoff's work was on Main Street in Beacon, NY In the 'Beacon 3D' outdoor exhibit.
Highland Falls Sculpture Walk