stella alesi

stella

alesi

September 12th, 2020 (from the With Grace series)

2020, Oil, wax and pencil on oil paper, 30 x 22 in

$
1200

stella

alesi

July 31st, 2020 (from the With Grace series)

2020, Oil, wax, and pencil on oil paper, 30 x 22 in

$
1200

stella

alesi

September 10th, 2020 (from the With Grace series)

2020, Oil, wax and pencil on oil paper, 30 x 22 in

$
1200

stella

alesi

September 12th, 2020 (from the With Grace series)

2020, Oil, wax and pencil on oil paper, 30 x 22 in

$
1200

stella

alesi

September 16th, 2020 (from the With Grace series)

2020, Oil, wax and pencil on oil paper, 30 x 22 in

$
1200

stella

alesi

September 19th, 2020 (from the With Grace series)

2020, Oil, wax, and pencil on oil paper, 30 x 22 in

$
1200
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stella alesi

About the Artist

stella alesi has resided in Austin, Texas for 27 years. Her work is part of many private and commercial collections. Her most recent solo exhibit took place in the summer 2019 at The Commerce gallery in Lockhart, TX. As well, the large scale art piece , "simplify" was installed in August 2019 in the lobby of The Foundry in Austin, TX. This year, 2020, she has been included in the ongoing exhibit, "Baton" at the northern-Southern gallery and the latest group exhibit at Artspace111 in Fort Worth, TX. Currently a full time painter, Stella taught photography at the Austin Community College and ran a successful photography business for over 15 years.

In 2005 she was awarded a Brown Foundation Full Fellowship to attend a residency at the Vermont Studio Center.

Born on Long Island, New York in 1963, she was raised in New Jersey. She began her undergraduate work at Parsons School of Design in New York City, with stints in Paris and Los Angeles, and finished at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. Her graduate work was completed at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.

Artist Statement

I works across a number of styles and mediums, including drawing, painting, photography, collage and large wall works.

My practice is characterized by a willingness to try new approaches in the ongoing investigation into new materials and visual languages.

As well my painting practice emphasizes the importance of failure as a way of moving forward, and challenging established structures.

I use the space and exploration the work provides to visualize the invisible nature of the human experience.