Alexis Day 



2019 MFA, Visual Studies, Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, OR

2016 BS, Visual Studies, Portland State University, Portland, OR

2010 BS, Psychology, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

2009 Semester Abroad, University of Virginia, Semester at Sea


Work Experience

Pacific Northwest College of Art

Paid Graduate Teaching Assistant - Introduction to Drawing

August 2018 - Present

Work collaboratively with primary faculty to engage and educate students,

help facilitate critical dialogue, and create assignments.  


Portland State University

Teaching Assistant - Intermediate Painting

January 2016- June 2016

Assisted primary faculty to engage and educate students, and help facilitate critical dialogue.



Exhibitions and Residencies

2019 - Dismantled - The Lodge Gallery, Portland, OR

2018- Can’t touch This, 511 Gallery, Portland Oregon 

2018 - Waiting Room Gallery, Portland, Oregon

2018 - Caldera Residency, Sisters Oregon

2018 - Potentialization/Actualization, Center for Contemporary Art and Culture at PNCA

2017 - Coaxial, Commons Gallery, Portland Oregon

2017 - Groundcover, Lodge Gallery, Portland, OR

2017 - The Confabulation, Marylhurst University, Portland, Oregon

2017 - Curious Methods, AB Gallery, Portland, Oregon


Publications and Press

2018 - Thomas Demand at Matthew Marks, Discursive Impulse,

2016 - Cover of Pathos Magazine, Winter 2016, Portland, Oregon

Artist Statement

These artworks communicate through both their rendered subject matter, as well as the processes used to create them. They all investigate the themes of time, memory, identity and psychology. The engravings are inspired by the experience of indecision. They are created through a cyclical process of laying down and removing information, which mirrors the process of weighing pros and cons. The tapestries aim to consider the complicated role of Mother, and question societal constructs, gender role expectations, cultural indicators of success, and the portrayal of women in art and life. The use of multiple processes and materials emulates the memory and identity formation process, where different and distinct fragments join together to create something new. The figures in these artworks are modeled after Day’s sisters, adding autobiographical tones and personal content.  

  Located in the
Historic Liberty Theater



849 NW Wall Street

Bend, Oregon 97703



 Wednesday - Saturday

  11am - 6pm

Sunday - Tuesday

  By Appointment

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