Alexis Elza lives and works in Woodland Park, Colorado. She has combined her skills in historic restoration and the visual arts for more than twenty-five years. Alexis studied at the School of the Worcester Art Museum and Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts.
After completing her studies she pursued a career in preservation and conservation of historic architecture in New England, all while continuing her work as a studio artist.
Alexis was part of a team of specialists that worked to restore historic sites, including but not limited to, the Senate President’s Office in the Massachusetts State House, Boston; Chateau Sur-Mer, Newport, Rhode Island; and Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Miami, Florida. Alexis has also exhibited in many group and solo shows in New England and Colorado.