Born 1945, San Angelo, Texas.
Dual Canadian/U.S. citizenship
Resides in Toronto

 Education:
M.F.A. (Hoffberger Fellow), Maryland Institute, College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, 1969
  Faculty and studio visitors: Clyfford Still, Grace Hartigan, David Hare, Fairfield Porter, Philip Perlstein. Morris Louis an alumnus and great influence
B.F.A. (Honours), University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois, 1967
  Richard Diebenkorn an alumnus and influence

 Solo Exhibitions:
2018 Gallery House, Toronto
2014 Scott Gallery, Edmonton
2011 Moore Gallery, Toronto
2007 'Works on Paper + Canvas, from the Collection of the Art Gallery of Algoma in Sault Ste. Marie, ON', Owens Art Gallery, Mt. Allison Univ., Sackville, NB
1981-2006 Gallery One, Toronto
1990 Galerie Elca London, Montreal
Buschlen-Mowatt Fine Art, Vancouver
Kathleen Laverty Gallery, Edmonton
Virginia Christopher Gallery, Calgary
1988 Galerie Elca London, Montreal
Eva Cohon Galleries, Chicago and Highland Park, Illinois
1988-90 "Harold Feist: Genesis of an Image", Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queens University, Kingston, Ontario, touring.
1986 Galerie Elca London, Montreal
1984 Buschlen-Mowatt Fine Art, Vancouver
1983 Galerie Elca London, Montreal
1982 Virginia Christopher Gallery, Calgary
Martin Gerard Gallery, Edmonton
1981 Martin Gerard Gallery, Edmonton
1980 Harcus-Krakow Gallery, Boston
1975 Hart House, University of Toronto
University of Saskatchewan Gallery, Saskatoon
1974 Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina
1971-72 A.C.A. Gallery, Calgary, Alberta
1970 Glenbow Gallery, Calgary

 Group Exhibitions:
2017 "Untitled 2017: Stanley Boxer, Jack Bush, Friedel Dzubas, Harold Feist, Marcelle Ferron, Paul Fournier, Jay Isaac, Rita Letendre, Ray Mead, Kim Neudorf, Jules Olitski, Sandy Plotnikoff, Larry Poons", Paul Petro Gallery, Toronto
2007 "Harold Feist: Works on Paper and Canvas”,  Art Gallery of Algoma,  Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
2007 "Clement Greenberg: A Critic’s Collection”, Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon
2004 "Douglas Haynes and Harold Feist”, Gallery One, Toronto
2001 "Triangle Workshop Artists at OCAD”, Ontario College of Art, Toronto
1999-2000 "Abstraction: A Curator’s Choice”, Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
1998 "Abstraction Now", Selected by Karen Wilkin"-, place: Gallery One, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Featuring paintings by: Ann Clarke, Michele Drouin, Katja Jacobs, Harold Feist, Joseph Drapell, Douglas Haynes, Bill Kort, Bobby Tamo, Alice Teichert, and Carol Sutton. Lecture given by Karen Wilkin
1992 Doug Haynes, Harold Feist, Phill Mann, Kathleen Laverty Gallery, Edmonton AB
1988 "Curator's Choice: A Ten Year Retrospective -- Feist, Drapell, Sutton", Buschlen-Mowatt Gallery, Vancouver
1987 "V.I.P...A Selection of Very Important Painters celebrating their work of the 80's", Gallery One, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, November 29 to December 17, (paintings by: Stanley Boxer, Joseph Drapell, Fridel Dzubas, Harold Feist, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Doug Haynes, David Hockney, Katja Jacobs, Robert Motherwell, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, Larry Poons, Frank Stella, and Carol Sutton)
1986 "Toronto 3", Eva Cohon Gallery, Highland Park, Illinois
1985 "Abstraction X Four", Canada House, Canadian High Commission, London - toured Europe
1985 "The MFA (Boston) Hines Contemporary Art Collection", University Place at Harvard Square, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
1984 "15 Canadians from the Art Bank Collection", National Arts Centre, Ottawa
1983 Gallery One, Toronto
1982 "Selections from the Westburne Collection", Edmonton Art Gallery
1980 "The New Generation: A Curator's Choice by Kenworth Moffett", Premiere- The Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, New York, September 4 to 27 and then toured Europe in 1981 to; American Cultural Centre, Paris, France, Amerika House, Berlin, West Germany, Arzore Cooperative, Porto, Portugal, Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes, Lisbon, Portugal
1980 Gallery One, Toronto
1979 "25 Canadians", Birmingham Arts Festival, Alabama
1978 "Certain Traditions: Recent British and Canadian Art", Toured Canada & United Kingdom: Mostyn Gallery, Lhanducho, Wales, City Art Gallery, Aberdeen, Scotland, Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry, England, Commonwealth Institute, London, England
1977 Waddington Galleries, Montreal
1977, 78 Waddington Galleries, Toronto
1977 "Abstract Art Now", Edmonton Art Gallery
1975-77 "Painting in the West: Emma Lake and After", National Gallery of Canada (toured Canada)
1975-78 "Major Saskatchewan Artists", Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon (toured)
1975 "Abstract Art On Paper", Edmonton Art Gallery (toured)
1975 "Western Canadian Painting", Edmonton Art Gallery
1974-76 "The Canadian Canvas", Time/Life (toured Canada)
1974 "Prairies '74", Edmonton Art Gallery
1974 "Western Canadian Painting", the Bronfman Centre, Montreal
1974 Espace 5 Gallery, Montreal
1974/75 "Canada X Ten", Edmonton Art Gallery (toured Canada)
1973 "Art Bank Exhibition", Canadian Cultural Centre, Paris, France
1973 Gallerie de l'Art, Paris, France
1973 "Alberta '73", Edmonton Art Gallery (award).
1973 "Elliott and Feist: Paintings On Paper", Peter Whyte Gallery, Banff, Alberta
1973 "Elliott, Feist, and Sen", the Pyrch Building, Edmonton
1972-74 "Survey of Canadian Art Now", Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, B.C.
1972 "12th Calgary Graphics Exhibition", A.C.A. Gallery, Calgary
1971-73 "6th Burnaby Print Show", Burnaby Art Gallery, B.C.
1971 "West '71", Edmonton Art Gallery (Award, toured)
1971 "Canadian Print and Drawing Show", Canadian Society of Graphic Arts, Toronto
1971 "11th Calgary Graphics Exhibition", A.C.A. Gallery, Calgary
1971 "Environment '71", Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary
1970 "All-Alberta Exhibition", Edmonton Art Gallery
1970 4-Man Show, Allied Arts Centre, Calgary
1969 "Environment '69", Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary
1968 Maryland Regional Exhibition, Baltimore Museum of Art
1966 "Central Illinois Open Exhibition", Champaign, Illinois, (Award)

 Publications:
Roald Nasgaard, "Abstract Painting in Canada”, Douglas and McIntyre, 2008
The New Generation: A Curator's Choice, by Kenworth Moffett, 1980
Karen Wilkin, Bruce Guenther:editor, Greenberg Collection: A Critics Collection, Portland Art Museum, 2001
John Armstrong, "Harold Feist”, CanadianArt,  Winter 2006
Sue Taylor, "Clem's Cache", Art in America, November 2001
Loren R. Lerner, "Art and Architecture in Canada”, Iniversity of Toronto Press, 1991
Cliff Eyland, "Atque Ars”,  Owens Art Gallery, Mount Allison University,  Sackville, NB, 1989
Karen Wilkin, "Harold Feist: Genesis of an Image", catalogue for Agnes Etherington Art Centre exhibition, 1988.
Karen Wilkin, "Harold Feist: Genesis of an Image", Artpost, Spring 1988.
Gary Michael Dault, "Paint", Canadian Art, Fall 1984
Mary-Beth Laviolette, "Dennis Evans, Harold Feist, and Helen Sibelius", Vanguard, Summer 1984.
The Royal Gazette (Bermuda), Oct.6, 1982, "Wheels of Good Fortune".
Karen Wilkin, "Harold Feist" Artmagazine, Feb/Mar/Apr., 1982
Terry Fenton, "Surprises 1981--the Year in Review", UPDATE, (Edmonton Art Gallery publication), 1981.
Lelde Muehlenbachs, "One of the Best Abstractionists", The Edmonton Journal, March 20, 1981.
Karen Wilkin, "International Feature: the New Generation: A Curator's Choice", Artmagazine, May/June, 1981.
Rene Micha, "Lettre de Paris", Art International, Spring, 1981.
Corinne Mandel, "Harold Feist", Artscanada, Mar/Apr., 1981.
Karen Wilkin, "The Late-Blooming Vitality of Toronto Art", Artnews, 1981.
Roald Nasgaard, "Prairies '74", Artscanada, Dec., 1974.
Karen Wilkin, "Three Painters", Artscanada, Oct/Nov., 1972.
Dennis Elliott, "The 12th Annual Calgary Graphics Exhibition", Artscanada, Autumn 1972.
Karen Wilkin, "A Report from the West", Art in America, May/June, 1972.

 Collections:
Abitibi Price, Toronto
Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ont.
Alberta Art Foundation
Alberta College of Art, Calgary
Alcan (Secal-Alcan Ltd.), Montreal
Almar Industries, Toronto
Ari Gasunisen Fine Art, Toronto
Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ont.
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
Art Gallery Of Peterborough, Peterborough, Ont.
Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, Ont.
Baycrest Centre Foundation, Toronto
Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, N.B.
Bellair Cafe/Consortina Inc., Toronto, Ont.
Burt Kanter Art Enterprises, Highland Park, Illinois
C. Gaines & Associates, Toronto
Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, Ont.
Canadian Commercial Bank, Calgary
Canadian Institute, Toronto
Canrealco Equities Inc., Montreal
Carelton University Gallery, Ottawa
Chiovitti Banana Co., Toronto
Coca-Cola Ltd., Toronto
College Town, Braintree, Mass.
Counsel Trust, Toronto
D. A. Williams Investments, Toronto
Dalfeu Associates, Montreal
David Feldman & Associates, Willowdale, Ont.
Dawsco Capital Corp., Toronto
Design Collections, Toronto
Dresdner Bank, Toronto
Dupont Canada Inc., Toronto
Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton
Edmonton Law Courts Building. Edmonton
Esso Resources Canada, Calgary, Alberta
First City Capital, Toronto
First City Development, Markham, Ont.
First Marathon Realty, Toronto
First Marathon Securities, Toronto, Ont.
Firsturban, Montreal
Francine Management, Toronto
Fromm Development Corp., Toronto
G.C.F. Office Services, Goodman & Carr, Toronto
General Motors, Detroit
General Woods & Veneers, Mississauga, Ont.
GFI Inc., Montreal
Goldfarb Consultants, Toronto
Goldfarb, Shulman, & Wilner, Don Mills, Ont.
Goodman & Goodman, Toronto
Goodman and Carr Law Offices, Toronto
Guaranty Trust, Toronto
Hines Collection, Cambridge, Mass.
Imperial Oil, Toronto
J.M.S.C. Holdings, Markham, Ontario
Keyano College, Alberta
Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery , Kitchener, Ont.
Koffler Gallery, North York
Labelad, Markham, Ont.
Lantic Sugar, Montreal
Lapointe Rosenstein. Montreal
Lemark Holdings, Toronto
London Drugs, Vancouver
Lonte Ebers Fine Art, Toronto
M.D.C. Group, Toronto
Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph
Mathers Oil & Gas, Austin, Texas
Mcintosh Gallery, University of
Western Ontario, London
McMaster Museum Of Art, Hamilton
McMichael Canadian Art Collection
Melnik & Saunders, Toronto
Memorial University of Newfoundland Arts, Newfoundland
Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Sask.
Menkes Development, Willowdale, Ont.
Mercantile Bank of Cathay, Toronto
Milrad and Agnew, Toronto
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
National Victoria & Grey Trust, Stratford, Ont.
New Brunswick Art Foundation, Fredericton, N.B.
Northern Telecom Ltd., Toronto
Oakville Galleries, Oakville, Ont.
Office Elan Office Services, Toronto
Ontario Die Co., Waterloo, Ont.
Ontario Medical Association, Toronto
Owens Art Gallery, Sackville, N.B.
Peat Marwick & Co., Edmonton
Penny-Lynn Grosman Associates, Toronto
Portland Art Museum, Oregon
Praedium Holdings, Toronto
Prudential Bache, Toronto
Rachlin & Wolfson, Toronto, Ont.
Reitmans Inc., Montreal
Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa
Roberts/Drabinsky, Toronto
Rollins-Raeburn Interior Design, Toronto
Rothmans, Don Mills, Ont.
Royal Bank of Canada, Royal Bank Plaza, Toronto
Rubinovitch, Newton, Back and Strom, Toronto
S.S. Kresge Foundation, Detroit
Saffer Advertising, Toronto
Security Trust, Toronto
Seymona Investments Ltd., Toronto
Sharon Nelson Art Enterprises, Toronto
Shell Canada Resources, Calgary
Shelley Lambe Fine Art, Toronto
Sitzer and Sitzer, Don Mills, Ontario
Smith, Lyons, Torrance, Stephenson, & Mason, Toronto
Southam Inc., Toronto
Steelecase, Don Mills
Syndex Holdings Ltd., Toronto
Tanderman Research, Toronto
Thorne, Ernst, Whinney, Toronto
Trion International Enterprises, Vancouver
Twin Rock Holdings, Toronto
University of Alberta, Edmonton
Valenart & Associates, Toronto
Warnaco of Canada, Prescott, Ont.
Weber Brothers Corp., Edmonton
Westburne Industries, Montreal
Wilson Medical Centre, Toronto
Wolf Advertising, Toronto
Wycombe Investments, Toronto
Xerox Canada Inc., North York
Young Warren Food Brokerage Ltd., Toronto
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