Steve Feldman works as a freelance illustrator and artist from his studio/home overlooking the old Oregon Trail in scenic northeast Oregon. Working both traditionally with acrylics and watercolors and digitally with a drawing tablet and Adobe design software, he creates thought provoking images that often contain a humorous twist or an edge.

Some of the well known clients Steve has worked with include The New York Times, Random House, St. Martin’s Press, Scholastic, Delacorte Press, Wright Group/McGraw Hill, Time Inc., Six Red Marbles, Mondo Publishing, Heinemann, Merck, Pfizer, Cleveland Clinic, Virgin, Chiquita and the Discovery Channel. Steve is a PAL (Published & Listed) member of the SCBWI Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators.

Steve is also an avid outdoor enthusiast, enjoying the many activities available in his area such as hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, backcountry skiing and gardening, as well as involvement in various community activities.

" Canis familiaris is the superior species. They have a sincerity, innocence and loyalty about them that is hard for humans to equal, and additionally dogs exhibit their superior intelligence by coaxing us gullible homo sapiens into catering to their every need!"

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