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  • “Jerry Lewis' Selfie”Jerry Lewis' Selfie

    Acrylic on Canvas 2016 Shown at Gallerie M, Intercontinental Hotel 2016 Milwaukee, WI under the aegis of Bay View Artists Guild

  • “Portrait of Mehetabel Jones by Madam Odonata and the Honorable Frederick P. Bell Jr.”Portrait of Mehetabel Jones by Madam Odonata and the Honorable Frederick P. Bell Jr.

    Photoshop of original acrylic painting on paper by Alexa Hollywood, added acrylic paint, added shells Shown at the Museum of Wisconsin Art 2015 West Bend, WI In the collection of William Zuback

  • “La Catrina's Vision/The Photographer;s Dream”La Catrina's Vision/The Photographer;s Dream

    Acrylic on canvas board 2017 Shown at the Cedarburg Cultural Center, Ozaukee WI 2017 under the aegis of Wauwatosa Artists Workshop

  • “Thaw”Thaw

    Photography 2017

  • “Burning Shell”Burning Shell

    Mixed Media: Acrylic on canvas board, photography, remnants of silk kimono 2017

  • “The Door Opens”The Door Opens

    Photography 2017

  • “Fred Contemplating”Fred Contemplating

    Acrylic on canvas board 2016 Juried into the Wright Museum, Beloit WI 2016

  • “Offrenda for the Personae”Offrenda for the Personae

    Three-dimensional piece consisting of 3 paintings by the artist, photocopies of her paintings, collage, photos of personae and other objects Created Autumn 2016

  • “Portrait of Madam Odonata as Syed He Saan al BaHr”Portrait of Madam Odonata as Syed He Saan al BaHr

    Acrylic, Felt and Plastic Sea Horses on paper 2015 Shown at the Wustum Art Museum, Racine WI 2015

  • “Mitotic Iteration”Mitotic Iteration

    Conceptual Art /Collage 2017 Using the traditional feminine crafting material of cotton embroidery thread and ribbon along with deconstructed photos embellished with acrylic paint to create an image of genesis.

Alexa Hollywood

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Ms. Hollywood first encountered visual art at age four when she and her siblings would race through the Seattle Art Museum which at that time was located in Volunteer Park.The guard was wary but tolerated them. In contrast, the guard at the Conservatory summarily tossed the ebullient brats out of that august Victorian glass building. After age six, her visits to the art museum were sporadic.

She attended college at the University of Washington where she worked in the Audio Visual Department showing slides and films in Art History classes. She also showed slides for visiting artists at the Seattle Art Museum. She continued visiting museums.

Throughout her life, she was an avid doodler and visitor of art museums in the USA and abroad.She finally decided to make visual art.

Wisconsin Visual Artists
Riverwest Artists Association
Bayview Artists Guild
Walkers Point Center for the Arts

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Artist's Statement:
Alexa Hollywood is a conceptual artist working in a variety of medium. She has participated in 18 juried, member and invitational shows in the past two and a half years. She has been a published poet and choreographer/dancer receiving small grants.

Ms. Hollywood is finishing up a four and a half year long project entitled The Personae Project. This work proceeds from exploring permutations of identity and self by means of creating personae. These personae range through three centuries. Some are archetypical, some mundane and some surreal. Through the use of acrylic painting, collage, photography, assemblages, costumes and books Ms. Hollywood has produced a body of work that is loosely autobiographical; shot through with fantasy, personal symbols, and myth. Others have described the Personae Project as theatrical and hermetic.

The books can be seen in their entirety online at Alexa Hollywood/Blurb Books. The Compleat Personae and the Ofrenda is a compendium of writings, photographs of the personae and of art relating to them.

Liminal is her current word of choice as she continues exploring a variety of medium and waiting for the next big idea to strike.