Alison Jardine is a British artist living and working in Dallas, TX. Her work is multidisciplinary and explores ideas of our modern landscape and the environment, using materials including paint, concrete, charcoal, and video installation. She was a featured artist in Dallas’s Aurora festival in both 2013 and 2015, where she created physically immersive environments, activated by video and soundscapes. In 2009, she won the Elan Art prize, and was a finalist for the Hunting Art Prize in 2015. Her work has been featured in publications such as New American Paintings, Digital Artist Magazine, the Dallas Morning News, and Glasstire. She also writes about art for different media including KERA, and is the author of the forthcoming book Make Great Art on the iPad (Octopus Press, London; publ. June, 2017)
She studied at the University of London (Bachelor of Arts), University of Texas at Dallas (ATEC), and the College of Visual Art & Design (CVAD) at University of North Texas (MFA, Painting and Drawing), and currently teaches drawing at the University of North Texas.