Alexandra Rutsch Brock


Nature Study #2 (in memory of Nachume Miller)

Nature Study #2 (in memory of Nachume Miller)

mixed media on paper
9" x 12"

Self Portraits #1-4

Self Portraits #1-4

Ink on Found Book Pages
Purchased

Vessels

Vessels

Encaustic on wood panel
10" x 10"
Purchased

Nature Study #1 (in memory of Nachume Miller)

Nature Study #1 (in memory of Nachume Miller)

mixed media on paper
9" x 12"

Damn You Betrayer

Damn You Betrayer

Encaustic on Wood Panel with Raku
9" x 12"

Far Above Everything

Far Above Everything

Encaustic on Wood Panel with Raku
9" x 12"

In Solitude

In Solitude

Mixed Media on Paper
9" x 12"
NFS

Shaft of Light

Shaft of Light

Mixed Media on Paper
9" x 12"

Life Lines

Life Lines

Mixed Media on Paper
30" x 22"

Life Lines #2

Life Lines #2

Mixed Media on Paper
30" x 22"

Maternal Memory

Maternal Memory

Mixed Media on Paper
30" x 22"

Family Gathering

Family Gathering

Mixed Media on Paper
30" x 22"

Renenutet

Renenutet

Mixed Media on Paper
30" x 22"

Sisters

Sisters

Mixed Media on Paper
30" x 22"

Koi

Koi

Etching and Collage
3" x 5" each

 

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Alexandra Rutsch Brock has been an art teacher at New Rochelle HS since 1991, and is part of the PAVE program. She double majored in Fine Art and Art Education at School of Visual Arts in NYC, completing her BFA in 1991. She received a MS in Studio Art and the College of New Rochelle in 1992. She has been exhibiting her work, and curating since 1988.

Artist Statement: My work always directly relates to my life experiences. These include relationships, conception, pregnancy, birth, deaths and illness. I’m exploring how my life is being “run” by things I can’t see or control – I am imagining inner worlds, “cellular landscapes”, and our bodies as vessels.

I love using a wide variety of media. Working on paper and wood gives me a “skin” to layer my images on. The surface absorbs the mdi a in such a way, so an entire story can be told in “levels”. I like the texture, scaled and the uneven edges, they are frail and unique like our bodies.

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