Alissa Siegal's art is contemporary and expressive with classical roots. Through closely observed drawing and spontaneous paint application, she explores ways of representing the convergence of order and chaos that comprises our world. With her art, she hopes to create an emotional connection with viewers and express some of the complexity, joy, fear, and wonder of being human.

Alissa Siegal lives in Connecticut, creating work in her studio, collaborating with private and corporate clients on commissioned artwork, and serving as an arts educator. Her art is on traffic signal boxes throughout the city of Stamford, and has been exhibited in local businesses, government offices, health care centers, The Palace Theater, and ArtWalk events. Among other collections, her paintings are on permanent display at Stamford Hospital, Yale New Haven Hospital’s Park Avenue Medical Center, Sacred Heart University’s Center for Health Care Education, and appear in the movies “The Bounty Hunter” with Jennifer Aniston, and “Something Borrowed” with Ginnifer Goodwin.

Alissa Siegal has a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA in painting from the New York Academy of Art. She spent several years painting, traveling, and executing commissioned artwork in Europe. She then moved to the US Virgin Islands, where she made and sold art and opened a gallery and shop with another artist. She then moved to NYC to paint and work, and opened a gallery with artist friends on NYC’s lower East Side. Her work has been widely exhibited across the US and Italy, and is held in many private and corporate collections. She is also an artist educator, a teaching artist at the Aldrich Museum, and a member of the Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County, and the Katonah Museum of Art Artists Association. She was named New Canaan Library's second Artist in Residence, and was awarded a residency at Weir Farm through the National Parks Artist in Residence program. See more of her art at and, or contact her through either website to set up a studio visit.



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