Bette Alexander

Bette Alexander earned a Master of Arts degree in ethnological art, specializing in the art and culture of Papua, New Guinea. Among her honors include a Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Residency Grant to work at Pyramid Atlantic (a center for hand papermaking, printmaking and the art of the book, founded in 1981 by Helen Frederick), a New York State Fellowship, and a New York State Arts Council Grant. Her sculptural works and paintings are represented in public, private and corporate collections, and she has exhibited internationally, in New York City and throughout the United States in venues such as the Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, Washington; Staten Island Institute of Art and Sciences, New York; Art Awareness, Lexington, New York; and the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut.