Alicia Rothman

Joined Artfinder: Nov. 2016

Artworks for sale: 8

United States

About Alicia Rothman

 
 
  • Biography

    Alicia grew up in New York and loved drawing and painting. At age 14 she already decided to be an artist and then attended Music & Art H.S. in NYC before attending college and graduate school to study art. She received her MFA from Indiana University, Bloomington. She  exhibited her work in numerous group and solo shows for many  years including Dillon Gallery, NYC,  Lanoue Fine Art, Boston, Laurel Tracey Gallery, NJ, Thomas Deans in Atlanta, Pepper Gallery in London, and the was accepted in the Royal Academy in London Exhibits, Summer 2012 and 2015,  National Academy Faculty exhibits, Butler Institute of Art, Governors Island Art Fair 2009.  Alicia was invited to participate in the Hepatitis C foundation secret auction in London in Nov. 2015. .

                Alicia was commissioned to design the Hampton Classic Poster in 2003, HITS Horse Shows cover in 2010 and White House Easter Display for New York in 2002. Her work is in the collections of Muscarelle Museum of Art, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, The White House, Prudential Bache Securities, Inc., Binghamton University Art Museum and many private individuals.

                Alicia’s work employs many printmaking  techniques, including silkscreen, stencils, resists, relief, and intaglio combined with painting in oil on panel utilizing her own handmade templates, digital patternmaking and resist techniques for patterns. She is interested in innovative drawing practices and pushing traditional methods further by using any form of technical innovation available. 

     REVIEWS

    May 2015 Article with “4 horses” by Alicia Rothman  in the Morning News

    Art in America – Artists to Watch at Governor’s Island Art Fair

    Read about Alicia's work at the Govenor's Island Art Fair in Art In America Sept. 2009

    See Alicia's work at Huffington Post article by John Seed Jan. 2011

    New York Art World, March 2000, Joyce Korotkin

    Oyster Bay Guardian, December 21, 2001"Dillon Gallery Draws Full House at Rothman Exhibit@ by Joan Mahon

    The East Hampton Star August 27, 2003, p. 2, AA New Look for the Poster@ By Baylis Greene

    Dan’s Papers, Aug. 29, 2003 - Review by Marian Wohlberg, - Cover Art,

    Horse Directory, August, 2003, Poster on cover and story on p. 14

     

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  • Education

    1983 - 1985

    Indiana University

    1973 - 1976

    Binghamton University

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    Event: Summer Exhibition 2012, 2015

    Dates: June 15, 2012 - Aug. 1, 2012

    Venue: Royal Academy of Arts, Picadilly, London

    Sold both paintings opening night which were accepted in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.
    Over 4,000 entries are whittled down over 3 rounds.

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Education

1983 - 1985

Indiana University

1973 - 1976

Binghamton University


There are no upcoming events

Show previous events Hide previous events

Previous events

Event: Summer Exhibition 2012, 2015

Dates: June 15, 2012 - Aug. 1, 2012

Venue: Royal Academy of Arts, Picadilly, London

Sold both paintings opening night which were accepted in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.
Over 4,000 entries are whittled down over 3 rounds.


 

Biography

Alicia grew up in New York and loved drawing and painting. At age 14 she already decided to be an artist and then attended Music & Art H.S. in NYC before attending college and graduate school to study art. She received her MFA from Indiana University, Bloomington. She  exhibited her work in numerous group and solo shows for many  years including Dillon Gallery, NYC,  Lanoue Fine Art, Boston, Laurel Tracey Gallery, NJ, Thomas Deans in Atlanta, Pepper Gallery in London, and the was accepted in the Royal Academy in London Exhibits, Summer 2012 and 2015,  National Academy Faculty exhibits, Butler Institute of Art, Governors Island Art Fair 2009.  Alicia was invited to participate in the Hepatitis C foundation secret auction in London in Nov. 2015. .

            Alicia was commissioned to design the Hampton Classic Poster in 2003, HITS Horse Shows cover in 2010 and White House Easter Display for New York in 2002. Her work is in the collections of Muscarelle Museum of Art, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, The White House, Prudential Bache Securities, Inc., Binghamton University Art Museum and many private individuals.

            Alicia’s work employs many printmaking  techniques, including silkscreen, stencils, resists, relief, and intaglio combined with painting in oil on panel utilizing her own handmade templates, digital patternmaking and resist techniques for patterns. She is interested in innovative drawing practices and pushing traditional methods further by using any form of technical innovation available. 

 REVIEWS

May 2015 Article with “4 horses” by Alicia Rothman  in the Morning News

Art in America – Artists to Watch at Governor’s Island Art Fair

Read about Alicia's work at the Govenor's Island Art Fair in Art In America Sept. 2009

See Alicia's work at Huffington Post article by John Seed Jan. 2011

New York Art World, March 2000, Joyce Korotkin

Oyster Bay Guardian, December 21, 2001"Dillon Gallery Draws Full House at Rothman Exhibit@ by Joan Mahon

The East Hampton Star August 27, 2003, p. 2, AA New Look for the Poster@ By Baylis Greene

Dan’s Papers, Aug. 29, 2003 - Review by Marian Wohlberg, - Cover Art,

Horse Directory, August, 2003, Poster on cover and story on p. 14