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Alexis Bierman’s work is grounded in the joy of connecting to her divine sense of creativity. As a child, she knew this sense of creative play as something that earned her the nickname “mess-maker” (sung by her mother to the tune of Fiddler on the Roof’s “Matchmaker”). As a fully grown adult, Alexis still likes to get out a palate of mixed media pieces from her treasures and allow her brain to go on creative auto-pilot. While she has formal degrees in anthropology, psychology, and religion, art has always been a central part of her life. In 2016, she began making mosaics and found great peace in upcycling pieces of crockery destined for the landfill along with vintage jewelry and other found objects. Her mixed-media mosaics are on display at both locations of San Antonio’s Mockingbird Handprints as well as at Kapej Gallery. She is a board member of the Austin Mosaic Guild as well as serving on the Council of Stewards for Celebration Circle, a 501c3 non-profit devoted to a creative approach to spirituality. Alexis believes in the healing power of art and creativity, and used COVID-19 as a pivot point to return to graduate school in order to become a ‘creative counselor.’ 



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