Laura Alexander’s studio is in a pink brick bungalow. The studio entrance is to the left of the house. Visitors will enter through the side door and head directly to the basement. Visitors will get an insider view of the artist’s process of cutting paper by hand. Pieces will be on view and work will be in various stages of completion. Feel free to enjoy the flower garden in the backyard too!
Three dimensional hand cut paper
Laura Alexander received a MFA in Fibers from the University of Washington, Seattle and a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. She has shown her work nationally in venues such as the Henry Art Gallery (Seattle), Grand Rapids Museum of Art, Columbus Museum of Art, and The Museum of Design, Atlanta. She was awarded the Greater Columbus Arts Council (GCAC) Individual Artist Fellowship in 2012 and participated in the GCAC International Exchange Program in 2014. In 2015, she received an Individual Excellence award from the Ohio Arts Council. She is represented by Hammond Harkins Galleries (Columbus), Simon Breitbard Gallery (San Francisco), and Findlay Galleries (NYC).
My work is driven by wonder. I work with the intrinsic qualities of materials creating a vocabulary that is my own, pushing and pulling limitations. I build layers of paper to manipulate light and shadows. The shadows become as much part of the piece as the art that casts them. The majority of my work is white creating a rainbow of subtleties for stark shadows to frolic. I cut the paper by hand with an xacto knife creating precise, labor intensive pieces that remain playful and fresh.
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