Artist StatementAnything relates to everything. This cosmic order dwarfs me. Like the crack of pool balls, material affects and is affected by other materials. Unceasing motion ensues. How is there balance among this furious tango between order and chaos? This is my call to create. Relationships abound. The macrocosmic universe with stars guiding their planets is reflected in the microcosmic human world where parents guide their children. While the scale of matter increases, the central hierarchical essence remains. Drawing on Asian and African influences of line fluidity and shape starkness, I create works that strive for elegance, where subjects meld around each other like the controlled confusion of a couple doing the waltz- each reading the movement of the other. My work is a shot arrow, flowing but intractable- no putting ink back in the pen. Moments are fossilized in my work. In making these pieces, I become more whole by becoming a part of the whole of creation.
Isaac Feld was born in 1997 in Washington D.C. and was raised in Silver Spring, MD, where he lives currently. In 2018, he graduated from Montgomery College, where he was awarded an AFA in Studio Art with Honors and an AA in General Studies/History with Honors. He designed various logos for social media campaigns, most notably for the United Nations initiative "World Bicycle Day" under #June3WorldBicycleDay, where his logo design was displayed globally. He is also the designer of the current #WorldBicycleDay logo, which also enjoys a global presence. His artwork has been featured in Montgomery College’s The Red Jacket, a literary and artistic magazine. His art has been exhibited in the competitive Montgomery College Art Department’s Student Exhibition and in the selective Studio 4903 Open Studio and Art Show. He is currently pursuing a Double Major in Studio Art and in Art History at the University of Maryland at College Park.