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Alex McFarlane

Alex McFarlane is a graduate of the School of the Arts, Columbia University. Throughout a thirty-year career, he has exhibited extensively in the New York art world and has been the subject of articles and reviews in Arts Magazine, Art Forum and the New York Times. He is the recipient of the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation award and the New York Foundation for the Arts award. He is a fellow of the Augustus St. Gaudins Foundation. Alex is represented in many corporate collections including General Electric, Prudential and Morgan Chase. He is represented in many private collections and in many public collections including the William Benton State Museum of Connecticut, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, the Aldrich Museum and the City of New York. “Many of the ideas I use are based on literary themes such as My Life in Fourteen Pictures or the dark imagery of a dystopian world; nevertheless, I have always crafted my message through purely visual means – drawing, painting and sculpture.”