The Walter Feldman Gallery

Upcoming Exhibitions
The exhibition dates for the 2017 Walter Feldman Fellows will be announced soon.
Please check back in early 2017.

In the meantime, learn more about the Fellows.

Visit the Gallery
The Walter Feldman Gallery is an exhibition space within the A&BC’s new multi-use environment in the Midway Studios artist building. During the week, the space is shared by organizations dedicated to investing in and promoting the arts. Our current occupants include MASSCreative, an arts advocacy organization; StageSource, dedicated to supporting theatrical arts; and Mass Poetry, an organization connecting poets to larger audiences.

The Walter Feldman Gallery is open to the public Monday – Fridays, 10 am – 5 pm and by appointment. We are
closed on holidays.

The Gallery is located at the A&BC offices in Midway Studios
15 Channel Center Street #103
Boston, MA 02210

About Walter Feldman
feldman-headshot-2Walter Feldman (b. 1925 in Lynn, MA) is a renowned abstract expressionist artist. He studied at Yale School of the Fine Arts with Willem de Kooning and Josef Albers, receiving his BFA and MFA. In 1953 he was appointed to the art faculty at Brown University. His paintings have been shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions at museums and galleries including the Institute of Contemporary Art, Museum of Modern Art, DeCordova Museum, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Obelisk Gallery, Pace Gallery, and Kraushaar Galleries. Over the course of his career he has won numerous prizes, fellowships, and awards, including the print prize at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a senior Fulbright Fellowship, the gold medal in Milan’s “Mostra International,” the Childe Hassam Purchase prize from the National Academy of Design and the Tonner prize from the American Color Print Society.  His works are in over a 150 public collections including the Smithsonian Institution, Museum of Modern Art, Los Angeles County Museum, and the Victoria and Albert Museum. He is currently Visual Art Professor Emeritus of Brown University and continues producing art today.