Alexandra Blom is a mother, artist, and massage therapist living in Chicago. She was raised in the woods of New Hampshire.
Alexandra has maintained an artistic practice throughout her life. She has a
degree in graphic design and policy studies with a focus in education and community development from Syracuse University. In 2006, she completed a course in printmaking at Harold Washington College, City College of Chicago. She has since shown her screen printed work at the Pitchfork Music Festival, Chicago Printmakers Collaborative, and WomanMade Gallery. Her illustrations on motherhood are
featured in Graceless Media. Alexandra is also the President of the Chicago Printers Guild and has served on its board since 2015.
As a child I spent most of my time interacting with nature or viewing it through large picture windows from inside the house that my father built. I developed a deep connection with nature and with self through nature. I am attracted to the details within a landscape and identify emotionally with individual objects and specimen. Through the relationship with my son I reconnect to my inner child and in sharing my
observations of the world each day with him I hope that he learns empathy and develops a sense of wonder.
You may have seen her work at:
Postock Print Show, 2018
Post Family Farm
Small Prints Show, 2017
juried group show
Chicago Printmakers Collaborative
2nd Annual Chicago Printers Guild Publishers Fair, 2017
1st Annual Chicago Printers Guild Publishers Fair, 2016
Chicago Winter Bike Art Show, 2014
juried group show
curated group show
Woman Made Gallery
Pitchfork Music Festival, 2009-2013
You, or someone you know, may have taken a class with her at:
Introduction to Screen Printing
Printmaking for Children
after school program
Francis Parker School