Alexandria Oesch Fine Art



This series was inspired by the intense beauty of the Pacific Northwest, what you see, feel and experience while riding through this landscape is truly magical. This collection is an attempt to communicate the excitement and wonder of long motorcycle rides down winding roads that you never want end. Nature is powerful and beautiful and radiates an amazing energy, I call this nature’s frequency which pulses through this collection.

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Geometric Invasion

This series exercised it’s way out through a surrender to sharpness and precision. It attempts to find a harmony in the hard edges, the way something chaotic and confusing can find its way to order through form and palette. This body of work is an emotional meditation on the journey between chaos and order.

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While capturing a sense of freedom and grace, this series still aspires to retain articulation in form. Each spawn illustrates a feeling of growth, of leading, or of following. It is a meditation in expansion, a charting toward the unknown without fear. Some expand with grace, while others expand with ferocity. This series comments on that journey.

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Alex helped me define the vision of what I wanted. I cannot put into words how much I love it. It literally brightens my whole living room. Jamie M.

For Sale: Studies in Oil

Each of the paintings in the Studies in Oil series is the first step of my creative process in which I work out the finer points of a concept before bringing it to life on a larger canvas.

On Display

Bridgeport Brewing

Nov 2015 – Jan 2016
1313 NW Marshall St
Portland, OR 97209

Seed Studios

Open Studio, Dec 6th 2014
2127 N Albina Ave
Portland OR 97227

Jet Reports Int’l

On display indefinitely

Alex is a rare combination of brilliant creativity and intellectual and analytical approach. Her bold use of color and dramatic subject matter are something we look for in an artist. Lindsey H.

Gratitude. Humility. Generosity. Compassion. Authenticity. Levity. Alexandria Oesch uses the canvas as a vehicle to express her philosophy of life. Nothing worth having comes easy, there are no shortcuts. Countless canvasses are painted and painted over again in a pursuit to capture and articulate what is in her head and heart. For Alex, painting is more than an artistic endeavor. It goes beyond a therapeutic exercise. Painting is as essential as breathing. For Alex, to live is to paint.

Nurtured throughout her life by the vast beauty and inherent wonder of the Pacific Northwest, Alex has always turned to nature as source of inspiration. Nature provides a perspective like nothing else can. A shock to the core of our being, where things begin to have order and make sense despite the chaos, and at times because of the chaos. To Alex, the beautiful and perfect simplicity of nature is intoxicating. Her work is her labor to communicate that order.

After having children, Alexandria's relationship to art changed immensely. She found a patience and kindness towards herself and her process that was formerly unattainable. This maturation created a space in her life where art could dwell in healthy relationship with the rest of her identity. More than an end unto itself, art is the means by which Alex creates a common ground on which people may reintegrate their very separate existence.