Alice & Company
Etchings, Paintings & Design
I moved to the Mission Hills part of San Diego in February 2011, hoping this will be the last of several moves. I continue to hear from many collectors through my website and encourage you to write me if you have any questions or comments. I'm now tying up the loose ends of my long career in etching, but I continue to sell individual letters from "Alice's Alphabet". After a 6 year hiatus, I'm now picking up where I left off with gouache (opaque watercolor) painting. If you'd like me to add your email and 'snail mail' addresses to my list, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I feel fortunate to have been a working artist ever since leaving UCLA in 1971. My work has spanned several media over many years:
1975 – 1981: I designed a line of self-published stationery and note cards that were distributed nationally under the business name Daydream Graphics and professional name, Alice Villanueva Scott.
1976 – 2000: After discovering printmaking while attending UCLA, I started to make etchings. They were carried by a national network of art representatives in about 40 states and are in hundreds of collections across the country. Under the names Alice V. Scott and Alice Scott-Morris, I produced over 200 limited edition etching plates. Over 30,000 prints were produced with the help of master printmaker, Patrick Merrill, and my great art assistants. I also created “Alice’s Alphabet” in 1991, with individual etching initials and posters which I continue to sell.
2007 – 2009: I helped illustrate two books (by Angela Cartwright & Sarah Fishburn) entitled “In This House” and “In This Garden.” They’re both available on Amazon.com.
2004 until now: I haven't made new artwork for 6 years, but now I'm ready to start again. I feel fortunate to live in an area of historic homes of the early 1900's which reflect the architecture that inspires me.
© Alice Villanueva Morris 2013