Alexandra Limpert is an artist who creates outstanding metal sculptures as well as eye-catching animatronics. Her work has been seen in numerous galleries and also in department store windows nationwide. She has fabricated hundreds of animated characters for the display industry.
A professional metal sculptor with years of experience, Alexandra shows her work in New York City art galleries and abroad. Her figurative sculptures captivate viewers and have been reviewed in The Village Voice and featured in ARTnews. She recently exhibited work with artists Faith Ringgold and Judy Chicago.
Her sculpture commissions include mesh suitcases for Yoko Ono's installation at the Venice Biennale and also a Chinese dragon for Bergdorf Goodman. The golden dragon display still appears in the Fifth Avenue store and is featured in Windows at Bergdorf Goodman, a limited volume published by Assouline.
Alexandra graduated with a BFA from Parsons the New School for Design and attended The Yale School of Art. Her professional work background includes fine art painting, and bronze finishing for artists William Tucker and Ben Shahn. Alexandra now teaches children to create kinetic work with The Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation.
As an artist with fabrication skills, Alexandra is able to produce work that has whimsy as well as sophistication. Her inventive animatronics and sculptures continue to surpass client expectations. Alexandra aspires to integrate new technology with her fine arts background to create spectacular visions in the future.