Baila Feldman was a talented artist active in Berkeley, California in the 1960s and early 1970s. She won numerous awards and had dozens of exhibitions in San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, and other, farther, places such as New York and Malaga Spain.
She died of cancer in August of 1972. There was a memorial exhibition of her work at the Judah L. Magnes Museum from January to February 1973. This site is dedicated to her painting, sculpture, poetry, and graphic arts. During her career she nurtured students, and sold hundreds of works. These works are distributed in many people's homes and now are in the hands of a generation that may not remember her. I intend this site to share her work, and also function as a clearinghouse and contact point for those who possess her art or want to learn more about it.