Alexandra Edridge, born of artist parents received her BA in Art and literature at Ohio University. She has continued her education at Cambridge University, England, Santa Reparata Graphic Workshop in Florence, Italy, Penland College, and most recently The Photographer’s Formulary in Montana. She co-founded an establishment for the arts, Golgonooza, based upon the philosophies of William Blake.
She has had over 40 solo shows, and has participated in many group shows throughout the U.S. as well as many international exhibitions. She has exhibited in Paris, London, Belgrade, Ljubljana, New York, California, and Santa Fe.
Alexandra has been commissioned to paint murals in the Place de Vosges, Paris, and her work has been used for the cover of eight books of poetry. Travelling, as an important part of her inspiration has led her to artist’s residencies on the Island of Elba, Italy, and the Valparaiso Foundation in Almeria, Spain.
Art News, Art LTD, Art On Paper, New American Painting, and One Hundred Painter’s of the Southwest are just a few of the publications Alexandra has been featured in. Her work can be found in the collections of William Hurt, Steve Buscemi, and Edie Falco, along with many other prestigious collections.