Penny Feder is known for her mastery of the multi-block color woodcuts, while her etchings combine traditional techniques with hand painted color to create uniquely beautiful pieces. Her pastels are small and jewel -like while her playful monotypes encompass a unique blend of movement and dancing colors.
In her recent mixed media collage work her colors ‘sing’ within textures and patterns. Feder interweaves oils and acrylic pigments, torn paper and fibers with a varnish mixture, while scraping and reworking the canvas.
An award winner in national and international competitions, Feder has exhibited in solo and group shows in the US and Europe, and her work is in in the collection of the National Museum of American Art at the Smithsonion Institute. Her work is also in many private, public and corporate collections.
Feder’s artwork has been seen on network television including Roseanne, Sisters, Seaquest, In the House, Can’t Hurry Love, Melrose Place, — and most recently, This is Us. Her work is currently exhibited at Spectrum Gallery in Centerbrook, Connecticut.