Her innovative style evolved from the notion of limited personal space within the urban environment which hampers the ability to take a step back and view the architecture and composition of the city with any clarity. This led her to explore ways of using technology to produce an image which appears to be composed of small abstract shapes, but resolves itself into a familiar city scene when we are able to step back and view it from a distance; something we cannot do when we are inhabiting the space itself.
Alicia uses gloss paint on board to create each stunning original composition. Before she begins to paint, she spends many hours in preparation, using photography and a range of digital processes to gather the raw materials which she requires in order to bring authenticity and integrity to her creative vision. Her unique skills were obtained through her degree in Art Design and Media, and was accepted to do an MA at the Royal College of Art.
Alicia has appeared on Channel 4 and the BBC and her work has been featured widely in the media in magazines and broadsheets including Vogue and the The NY Arts Magazine, and both Esquire and The Independent listed her as one of their top 21st century artists to invest in. She also boasts a prestigious list of collectors from the worlds of sport, music, business and fashion, notably George Boetang, Ron Dennis, Tony Rogers, Nicky Wire and Sir David Tang, as well as the Kuwaiti Royal Family.
Alicia’s work is sold through galleries and annual art exhibitions in many of the world’s most exciting and vibrant centres for art including London, New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Vancouver, Hong Kong, Venice and Rome.