About the Artist
Alice Stone-Collins recreates places close to home tinged with mythic qualities. Exploring contrasting energies of boredom and beauty, stasis and comfort she highlights a commonness and uniqueness to these experiences. We lose; we add; we change. In her cut paper compositions, Alice captures what is arriving and what is taking flight.
Alice earned her MFA in studio art from the University of Tennessee and has exhibited her work regionally and nationally. She has been a resident artist at KMAC (Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft) based out of Louisville, Kentucky and the David and Julia White Artist Colony in Ciudad Colon, Costa Rica. She was also a finalist for the Jean-Claude Reynal Scholarship among other honors and awards.
Currently, Alice is a faculty member at Georgia Gwinnett College in Metro Atlanta where she invites others to explore and expose smaller and larger worlds of possibility.