Alexis Granwell
 
 

Alexis Granwell received an MFA from The University of Pennsylvania and a BFA from Boston University. She has been exhibiting in the US and abroad for the last 15 years. Granwell is a Professor of Art and currently teaches at The Pennsylvania Academy of Art and Design and The University of Pennsylvania. Granwell is a co-director and one of the founding members of Tiger Strikes Asteroid, an artist collective, in Philadelphia.She is a co-director and one of the founding members of Tiger Strikes Asteroid, an artist collective, in Philadelphia.

She has exhibited internationally, including a solo exhibition at Europos Parkas Museum, Vilnius, Lithuania; and a group exhibition at The Print Studio in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. She has exhibited many solo exhibitions across the country, including at Fleisher/ Ollman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA; Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Philadelphia, PA; Giampietro Gallery, New Haven, CT; Towson University, Baltimore, MD; Arlington Center for the Arts, Arlington, VA; and CTRL, Houston, TX. Other group exhibitions include Ortega y Gasset Projects, New York, NY; Field Projects, New NY; Munson Williams Proctor Art Museum, Utica, NY; Select Art Fair, New York, NY, IPCNY, NY; Artist-Run, Miami, FL, Guest Spot at THE REINSTITUTE, Baltimore, MD; Momenta Art, New York, NY; Trestle Art Gallery, New York, NY; Elephant, Los Angeles, CA; Hemphill Gallery, Washington DC; University of Richmond Art Museum, Richmond, VA; Fjord Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; The Print Center, Philadelphia, PA; SOIL, Seattle, WA; and CTRL Gallery, Houston, TX.

Granwell is a recipient of The Independence Foundation Fine Arts Fellowship Grant for 2015. Through this grant, she attended a residency at the prestigious papermill Dieu Donne in New York, NY. She has also been awarded residencies at the I-Park Foundation, East Hadaam, CT; AS220, Providence, RI; Printmakers Open Forum, Oxford, PA; Ragdale Artist Residency, Lake Forest,  IL; and Jentel Artist Residency, Banner, WY.

Her work has been reviewed in Sculpture Magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, The Globe and Mail, Two Coats of Paint, Title Magazine, Art F City, The Art Blog, and New American Paintings.