Alexine O'Fiel Stevens "Alexine O."
4927 Braesheather Drive
HOUSTON, TX 77096
Phone: 713 705 7154
Born: 1952 (Beaumont, Texas)
Known for: Abstract
Style(s): Abstract, Contemporary, Surrealist, contemporary, abstract figureation, pictorial
Medium(s): Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, ink, pencil, charcoal, oil sticks, oil pastel
Price Information as of 06/28/2013:
$1000 TO $20,000. Large commissioned work.
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Alexine O'Fiel Stevens
Bachelor of Science in Fine Arts from Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Tx
Salon Group Exhibition at Houston Art League 2011
Chosen Twice in Past Three Years to be in Lawndale Art Center's
“The Big Show” 2011-2013
Exhibited work in The Big Slide Show at Lawndale Art Center 2011-2013
Participant of Group Exhibition in Houston's Blue Orange Gallery 2013
Individual Exhibition for St. Stephens Episcopal Church 2012
Chosen artist for the 2013 Anaplastology Convention in Nashville, Tennessee
Has done commissioned work for many residential and commercial venues
Currently exhibiting work at Winter Street Studios; Gallery 3
Her work can be viewed in Gallery 3, 2101 Winter Street, Houston, Texas, the Second Saturday of every month or by appointment.
Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas 1970-1974 Bachelor of Fine Arts
Glassell School of Art, Houston, Texas 2006
Houston Art League, Houston, Texas 2010
2011 Houston Art League, Group Exhibition, Houston, Texas
2011 St. Stephens, Solo Exhibition, Houston, Texas
2011 Lawndale Art Center, The Big Show Houston, Texas
2013 Lawndale Art Center, The Big Show Houston, Texas
2013 Blue Orange Gallery, Salon de Refuses, Houston, Texas
2013 Winter Street Studios, Gallery 3, Houston, Texas
2013 Winter Street Studios, Artopia, Houston, Texas
2013 Winter Street Holiday Art Market, Houston, Texas
Houston Art League 2010 to present
Lawndale Art Center 2010 to present
Spacetaker/Fresh Arts 2010 to present
Visual Art Alliance 2011 to present
Winter Street Studios, Gallery 3, 2101 Winter Street Houston, Texas 77007
Art is an adventure to me. I love art in every form. There are no boundaries. When I paint, it's as if I am writing a story on the canvas and the work takes on a life of itself. Creating variations of colors and scenes is an amazing experience. Sometimes, I will start a project; I think may go on forever. Then, all of a sudden, it's finished. It's complete! It's as if I became lost in the painting and the painting painted itself. I lose myself in my art. I can paint for hours and not realize the day has passed, night has come and gone, and I see the sun rising. It is always something different. I never tire of it.
Abstract art is unpredictable. Experimenting with different media is fascinating. I use the reactions of how they interact to create texture and depth to my work. Colors evoke moods. I feel the more brilliant the color, the more passionate and expressive the creation. When I have strong feelings about something good or bad, I use color to give emotion to the piece. I know when people view my art; the colors and scenes may be interpreted differently from my original intent. Occasionally, I go back and look through my portfolio. What I take from it a year or so later, may have changed entirely from the impetus that made me paint it. I guess how I look at things depends on where I am in my life. That is why I love art. Each time I go back and look at a piece, I find something different. We all change as we live our lives. With those changes, our perception changes also. I find art timeless. It changes with us!