Alicia Rothman is a New York artist. Alicia Rothman’s unique style of painting employs a varied use of original printmaking techniques, including silkscreen, stencils, resists, relief, and intaglio, combined with painting in oil on panel. She utilizes her own handmade templates, digital pattern-making, and resist techniques to create the patterns that enliven her work. She draws on the history of Western art for her inspiration, with influences ranging from ancient wall paintings and Byzantine, medieval, and renaissance art to twentieth-century fabric designs.
She received her MFA in printmaking and drawing from Indiana University, Bloomington. She has a BA from Hunter College, NYC and Binghamton University and graduated from Music & Art H.S. in NYC. She has taught drawing at NYU SCPS, Hunter College, and conducted drawing workshops at the Art Students League in NYC in Dec. 2007, 2011, 2013, National Academy of Design, Fifth Ave. NYC 2008. She was an associate instructor at Indiana University and received a Ford Foundation Grant there.
She has exhibited her work in numerous group and solo shows for many years including Dillon Gallery, NYC, Lanoue Fine Art, Boston, Laurel Tracey Gallery, NJ, Thomas Deans in Atlanta, Pepper Gallery in London, and her work was accepted in the Royal Academy in London Exhibitions, Summers 2012 and 2015, National Academy Faculty exhibits, Painting Center in Chelsea, NYC in 2016, Butler Institute of Art, Governors Island Art Fair 2009 in NYC. Her work was reviewed in Artists to Watch in Art in America during the Fair. Alicia was invited to participate in the Hepatitis C foundation secret auction in London in Nov. 2015-2017. www.artonapostcard.com.
Alicia was commissioned to design the Hampton Classic Poster in 2003, HITS Horse Shows cover in 2010 and White House Easter Display for New York in 2002. Her work is in the collections of Muscarelle Museum of Art, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, The White House, Prudential Bache Securities, Inc., Binghamton University Art Museum and many private individuals.