Becky Alley

Becky Alley's recent work has used the politically charged topic of war as an entry point into deeper conversations about power, gender, and the sacred. She gravitates toward everyday materials like matches, clothespins, fabric, needles, etc.; through repetitive processes of counting, she transforms these mundane objects into memorials for the war dead.

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Becky Alley is an artist, educator, creative collaborator, and curator. She earned her BFA in Printmaking/Drawing from Washington University and her MFA in Studio Art from the University of Kansas. She has exhibited her work both nationally and internationally; in 2017, Becky was named the inaugural Kentucky Fellow as a finalist in Southern Prize.