Alexia Rosoff Wilber
Like many artists, Alexia started out drawing and doing crafts as a kid. She became involved with theater tech crews in high school and college, which led to doing set design and scene painting for summer stock theater. Alexia studied art history and studio art at Williams College, where the curriculum emphasized learning to see and describe art thoroughly and carefully, along with academic drawing and painting foundation skills. After college she ran an equine rescue and rehabilitation program, then returned to art by taking courses in communication design and digital printmaking at Massachusetts College of Art, and learning digital filmmaking with the New York Film Academy. She then earned her Masters in Visual Media Arts at Emerson College in Boston, and worked on numerous shorts and several feature length films. She began teaching drawing and painting in 2009, and currently teaches art classes with NOA Gallery and School of Fine Art in Groton, MA and private lessons and portfolio development through Arts2You in the Greater Boston area, and Lessons.com. She is a frequent guest instructor at The Winsor School in Boston, teaching popular workshops on color theory. Alexia’s art is represented at NOA Gallery at The Groton Inn.