watercolor on arches paper
artwork measures 6” × 4”
framed to 10” x 8"
From a young age, Alexis Trice has had an unrelenting obsession with drawing and painting, alongside a deep fascination with the flora and fauna often portrayed in her work. After graduating from The School of Visual Arts with a BFA in Illustration, she started her career primarily painting in oils and watercolors. Trice sustains her strong connection with nature through volunteer work in the American Museum of Natural History, assistant biology field work in the Amazon, and countryside excursions. Trice’s work explores animal dignity, the cruelty which is inseparable with the beauty of nature, and human interference. As death and suffering feed back into life and beauty, Trice breaks down and explores this juxtaposition. Her work reminds us of the urgency of threatened landscapes, the contrivance of freedom, and the exquisiteness of a single still moment. Trice resides in NYC.
Alexis' Enormous Tiny Art Show #31 collection explores the deep connections between the tangible and intangible. Ephemeral moments that are reminders of our alignment with the universe which stick with us like finite tethers.