Alex Fox (b.1978) is a British artist born and based in London. He is a printmaker, draughtsman and sculptor. Alex studied Fine Art at Wimbledon as well as at the City and Guilds of London Art School.
Alex uses the traditional woodcut technique for his prints. They are strikingly delicate works produced using inked balsa wood laid down on fine Japanese kozo paper. His sculpted work, rendered in wax, plaster and resin appropriate classical tropes and rework them, representing them in a traditional context.
There is a thread of mischief that winds its way through much of Alex’s work and this combined with his evident talents has fostered a passionate following of collectors and curators.
Alex has exhibited widely, most recently at New Voices in Hackney Art and Sunday in the Park with Ed.