Alice is a non-representational color painter that works mainly on a large-scale format, but has recently been working on a smaller scale utilizing a variation of different surfaces and mediums. Her work utilizes minimal color while the process of multi-layered surfaces creates a sense of depth and movement, fusing the act of painting with an experimentation of various materials to produce texture or it’s appearance, drawing the viewer in. Using acrylic paint and mixed media to emulate the look of a wall cracking and peeling, the outcome is work influenced by her photography of distressed spaces and surfaces. Having lived in New York City for many years, these paintings are documents of the ever-changing environment conveying the concept of how things change over time and the beauty of the forgotten. Alice has received her BFA in painting from Hunter College, and is currently working from her studio at Studio 34 in Long Island City, NY. She has been in many group shows and continues to exhibit artwork in public spaces as well. In addition to her recent shows she has shown work in several restaurants and alternative spaces, including work in Tom Colicchio’s restaurant Craft in NYC. She was commissioned for a painting in Osaka, Japan for the Color Plastic company Ok-Kasei, has worked on several private commissions, and has sold work to private collectors throughout the world. She has participated in a live painting performance for the Food Network's "Wine Down Art Show" in Atlantic City during a Food and Wine Festival, and has been featured in doing interviews for many online publications. Alice is also currently working on several projects for an Interior Designer in the New York and New Jersey area.