Olga Alexander works in many materials and formats including abstract drawing, painting, photography, installations, sculpture and jewelry design. Her art practice is experimental and recombinant and she use materials best suited to her subject matter. Ms. Alexander is interested in fashion, art and everything in between; how they shape our perceptions and identities, fascinates her.
In her practice, Ms. Alexander assembles diverse materials and creates various iterations of paintings, sculptures and art jewelry all of which relate to each other in terms of light, color or form, if not in intent. Whether Ms. Alexander scales up her artworks or miniaturizes them, her final presentation aims toward a dialogue in which concepts about our environment and our place within it are explored.
Originally from New York, Olga Alexander obtained her M.F.A. degree from the University of Tennessee. While in Tennessee, she was the director of A-1/lab Art Space, a multi- disciplinary art gallery.
Ms. Alexander obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of California at Berkeley.
Her work is in numerous private collections as well as in Morris Museum, https://morrismuseum.org/ Olga Alexander's artworks have also appeared in numerous publications; The Story Exchange, https://thestoryexchange.org/
Feral Poetry; https://feralpoetry.net/
Ms. Alexander is also in the art registry of The Elizabeth Sackler Museum Of Feminist Art and has artworks in the collections of Mana Contemporary and the International Sculpture Center.
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