painter, writer, printmaker
Sneha’s painting Lockdown Evening was featured on Grayson’s Art Club (Series 3, Episode 6), and will be shown at the Midlands Art Centre (December 2022 – April 2023). Her painting Self-Portrait, Androgynous was selected to be part of the Three Counties Exhibition 2019.
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Maria, December 2019. Oil on canvas (2019).
It All Comes Down: Linoprint and wood installation, 2020.
Sneha’s prints have been exhibited at the Barbican Centre as part of their emerging artists exhibition, It All Comes Down. Her print and wood installations were commissioned by Grow Wild (Kew Gardens) for London Grows Wild Together (October 2021).
Sneha Alexander (b. 1995) is a visual artist from Stoke-on-Trent, now living and working in London. After studying English Language and Literature at the University of Oxford, she combined her passions for art and literature in an MA in Postcolonial Studies (SOAS University of London) where she focused on queer and postcolonial interventions into the art world.
Sneha’s work has been shown in It All Comes Down – an exhibition showcasing the Barbican Centre’s emerging artists – and commissioned for Grow Wild‘s exhibition in partnership with Kew Gardens.