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Alyssa creates mixed media art ranging from painting, to collage and digital composite, to assemblage and appliquéd fibers. Her unique approach has a universal appeal and an earth conscious message. These textured narratives speak to the preservation of both the ecology and indigenous culture, incorporating designs and concepts from southeastern mound culture.
Alyssa has exhibited her art throughout the country and abroad. She is the recipient of numerous awards including the highly coveted Mid-Atlantic/NEA Regional Painting Fellowship. She has appeared on NBC TV and been featured in various publications, including Native Peoples Magazine and Random House’s Official Price Guide to Native American Art.
Selected venues include Artrain USA’s “Native Views; Influences of Modern Culture”, theSmithsonian NMAI Inaugural First Americans Art Market in Washington, D.C., the “Honor the Earth; Impacted Nations” exhibition tour, “Relations: Indigenous Dialogue” at the IAIA in Santa Fe, the FedEx Global Education Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC, The Museum of the Southeast American Indian and the 3rd Biennial Contemporary American Indian Arts Series, A.D. Gallery, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, Duhesa Gallery, University of Colorado at Fort Collins, Frederic Jameson Gallery, Duke University, Durham, NC, the George Boole Library, University College Cork, Ireland and China Academy of Art, Hangzhou China.
Alyssa earned her B.F.A. from Tyler School of Art and her M.A. in Art & Design from North Carolina State University. She has studied overseas at the University of Grenoble, Parson’s in Paris, Beijing University, and the China Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. She was born in Philadelphia in 1962 and now lives in Durham, North Carolina.
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