A maker since childhood, Alice was born and raised in Nashville, TN. In 2007 she was the featured artist at her firm’s annual art event where most of her industrial wall sculptures sold. Longing for the ability to create her own glass components led to the purchase of her first kiln.
By 2013 she had launched a full-time practice from her home studio and workshop in Hermitage, TN. Her conceptual work has been shown at OZ Arts Nashville and Seed Space, and her 3D glass tabletop sculptures were shown in a juried exhibit at Centennial Arts Center.
Her latest collection of glass and metal wall and kinetic sculpture developed when she discovered some leftover industrial parts destined for the landfill. Inspired by the potential of what she saw as inherently connected, beautiful and useful she began combining these seemingly disparate materials into artifacts both industrial and organic in design.
Arts at the Airport (BNA) holds one of her works in their permanent collection. She is a 2016 Periscope alumna and an active member of Tennessee Craft.