Alexi Caroline is an artist focusing in oil painting and aquatint printmaking. She resides in Farmington, UT and studied Studio Art at Southern Utah University. She is heavily influenced by Junji Ito, H.P. Lovecraft and the surrealism of Salvador Dali. She seeks to explore surrealism along with the natural beauty of the feminine figure through her artwork.
“The hollow headed lady is an extension of the self and the spirals a representation of an expanding self consciousness. The gathering of eyeball-cloaked men is reflective of paranoia and anxieties. At first, the lady does not accept the gathering and instead fears the stalkers. Within time, the lady begins to embrace the darkness and the eyeball-cloaked men as a part of her. These pieces are a triptych that best represent this story of my body of work.”