Alexis Arnold is a San Francisco artist whose work explores the visual display of time, perception, and natural history through the transformation of varied materials.
Her artwork has been exhibited internationally, including the Aspen Art Museum, Napa Valley Museum, Whatcom Museum, Bergdorf Goodman, di Rosa, Southern Exposure, The Workshop Residence, The New York Hall of Science, and the San Francisco Arts Commission. She holds an MFA in sculpture from the San Francisco Art Institute, as well as BA in art from Kenyon College in Ohio.
Alexis teaches all ages and subjects, from kindergarten collage to adult mold-making and casting. She loves borrowing ideas or techniques from her own work and other contemporary artists, and bringing them to the classroom, feeling this helps create unique projects for students. Alexis cherishes the opportunity to share the beneficial influence art can have on child development through her work with Leap.