To Hold Infinity, mixed media, 20″ x 17″, 2016
The Ceaseless Process of Becoming, mixed media, 60″ x 48″, 2016
Sweet Delight, mixed media, 60″ x 48″, 2015
How to Teach a Soul to Fly, mixed media, 60″ x 48″, 2016
Ghost Deer, mixed media, 60″ x 48″, 2015
In the Palm of Your Hand, mixed media, 72″ x 48″, 2016
Hare Becomes Alchemist, mixed media, 60″ x 28″, 2016
Virgin Becomes Ganesh, mixed media, 60″ x 28″, 2016
My paintings emerge from a place where contradictions are allowed, paradox reigns, and reason is abandoned. My search is for the inherent radiance in all things . . . the extraordinary in the ordinary.
The process of painting parallels the movement of psyche, helping me to understand the world as a deeper reality. The rich-soul experiences of my life become tangible.
Each painting is a small acknowledgment of the inner life that can, perhaps, reveal its own share of soul, and that share of soul may connect to someone else’s share of soul. Then, perhaps, beauty may be granted.
About the Artist
The child of artists, Alexandra Eldridge received her bachelor’s degree in art and literature from Ohio University. She is the co-founder of Golgonooza, an establishment for the arts based on the philosophies of William Blake.
In addition to more than 40 solo shows, Alexandra Eldridge has participated in many group shows in New York, California, New Mexico, and elsewhere in the United States. She also has shown in many international exhibitions as well, in such cities as Paris, London, Belgrade, and Ljubljana. Moreover, Alexandra Eldridge has painted commissioned murals in the Place de Vosges, Paris, and her work has been used for the covers of 10 poetry collections.
Traveling, an important source of inspiration for Alexandra Eldridge, has led to artist residencies on the Island of Elba, Italy, and at the Valparaiso Foundation in Spain.
Alexandra Eldridge’s work has been featured in Art News, Art Ltd., Art on Paper, New American Painting, and American Art Collector. It can be found in many prestigious collections, as well as in the collections of actors William Hurt, Steve Buscemi, and Edie Falco.
Alexandra Eldridge is represented by Nuart Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Diehl Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming; and Friesen Gallery, Ketchum, Idaho.