Artist Statement: My work explores the interconnectedness of individuals and communities through the dual lens of compassion and empathy. Through figurative and decorative works, I reinforce both personal and community-oriented identity, I aim to inspire creative expression and a sense of shared humanity. My public artworks often engage local communities and reflect positive visual responses to social issues affecting neighborhood residents. My process activates a space of love, hope, optimism, and healing as a means to connect with people. Frequent topics include the sacred feminine, identity, and migration. I strive to make art an inclusive experience. Art is universal in its inherent ability to connect people from everywhere.
  • 2013



Alice Mizrachi

Public Location

Tappen Park (June 1 - 16, 2013)

Permanent Home

Kingsbridge Heights Community Center (Delivered Fall 2013)

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