Alec Dwaileebe

Collages
September 9, 2024 - November 1, 2024
150 Wakefield Street, Rochester, NH 03867
Reception: October 5, 2024 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Alec Dwaileebe, a collage artist hailing from Melrose, MA, navigates unseen worlds through the intricate fusion of analog collaging. He describes this process as akin to assembling a vivid puzzle, weaving together diverse cutouts that transcend conventional imagination. Alec’s journey is profoundly shaped by his deep-rooted appreciation for photography.

Alec studied at The New England Institute of Art and took classes at The New England School of Photography. He works out of his of his apartment studio, utilizing a desk passed down by his father to fuel his creative endeavors.

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