Alexa Grace for “Rescue Me”


Bird On Tiptoes

Bird On Tiptoes

Ink Brush on Paper
12" x 9"

Elephant

Elephant

Etching
12" x 9"

Upon Meeting A Fox

Upon Meeting A Fox

Silkscreen Paint on Paper
16" x 16"

You're Not Totally Alone

You're Not Totally Alone

Ink, Drawing, Thread, Paper
5.5" x 9"

Boy With Wild Cat

Boy With Wild Cat

Silkscreen on Paper
13" x 18"

Sandy with a Glass Eye

Sandy with a Glass Eye

Sand Painting on Textured Paper


 
Screen-Shot-2015-08-11-at-3.44.00-PM“Alexa Grace received her BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She began illustrating for The Atlantic Monthly, Harpers, The Village Voice, The New York Times, Vanity Fair, both Time and LIFE Magazines, Newsweek, The Washington Post, The Detroit Free Press, L.A. Times, Mademoiselle, Dia Nappon Printing, etc.

She has four published books – Un Journey de Chien, Hachette, Paris, When Moma Retires, Knopf, The Baby Book, Running Press, Uncommon Wisdom, and Ariel Books. She is currently working on another children’s book for Gallimard, Paris.

Alexa artistically focuses on collage, assemblage, drawing, jewelry and ornament. Her porcelain work was first exhibited at The Graham Gallery along side Edward Gorey in 1976. She had a one-women exhibition of American Women Illustrators. She was included in The John Michael Kolar Center of Surrealist Art Exhibition.

She has lectured at Rhode Island School of Design, the University of Kansas, and has given an illustration workshop at The Walker Arts Center. She was awarded a grant from Art Park, Buffalo, NY.”  

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