Elizabeth Alexander teaches sculpture in the Visual Arts Program of the School of Design and Production. She is an interdisciplinary artist specializing in sculptures and installations made from paper and found objects. She has fellowships from both the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the St. Botolph Foundation for her work in sculpture and installation art and was awarded the title “Best Artist of Boston” for 2014 by Improper Bostonian magazine.
Her work has been highlighted and reviewed by publications such as Hyperallergic, Boston Magazine, The Boston Globe, Art New England, The New England Journal of Aesthetic Research, Santa Barbara News-Press, The Detroit Free Press, New Glass Review, Open Letters Monthly, and Berkshire Fine Arts. She frequently exhibits in museums and galleries across New England in addition to occasional participation with galleries across the United States, in Asia, and Europe. Alexander’s work is included in private collections across the United States including a public 3-D collage in the lobby of the Baronette Renaissance Hotel in Novi, Mich. She regularly serves as a guest speaker, juror, and critic at various educational institutions including the Massachusetts Cultural Council.