Alexis Lund, often known as Lexie, was born in Denver, Colorado. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in August 2018, with a minor in Art History and a certificate in Technology, Arts, and Media from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Lund is currently employed by The University of Colorado Boulder as Jeanne Quinn’s teaching assistant for CU’s wheel throwing class, and by Susan Allman as a teaching assistant at Heart and Hands Clay Studio for her elementary school-level clay class, in the mission of creating community while nurturing clay skills. During Fall 2018 and Spring 2019, Lund has invested herself into CU Boulder’s Ceramics area Post- Baccalaureate Program.
During the summer of 2018, she assisted the artist collective Prismajic in the creation, build, and planning of their immersive arts experience through the Design and Build Program at the Museum of Outdoor Arts in Englewood, Colorado, titled Natura Obscura. Lund authored the blog, The Crystal Review, documenting the experience of building and immersive arts experience, and helped launch and run the installation’s social media account, @NaturaOb on Instagram. Lund was then commissioned to make multiple ceramic works that are featured in the installation. Photos of which were published in an article by Parker Chronicle reviewing the installation. Natura Obscura opened January 2019, and due to popular demand, has been extended through September 2019.
Lund frequently exhibits her work in the Visual Arts Complex at the University of Colorado at Boulder, and has recently had work on display at the GLDN Social Pop-up Gallery in Golden, Colorado, and is currently showing at Spectra Art Space in Denver, Colorado, having won Best in Show, Juror’s Choice for their exhibition Colorado Vibes: Volume 3. As an artist, she is inspired by feminism, politics, social-survey, tech, fictional narratives, design, craft, pop- punk, and many other alternative counter-cultures and sub-cultures.