Alice Andrea Ewing is an artist and founder-sculptor living and working in Suffolk, UK. In 2016, she established her own studio and foundry in the county and leads the craft-design studio Pomarius.
Previous exhibitions include those at Battersea Arts Centre, London; The LookOut Tower, Aldeburgh; Soho Farmhouse, Oxfordshire, London; 9B Cork Street, London; Snape Matings, Suffolk; Royal Botanical Gardens Edinburgh and Royal Botanical Gardens Kew. Currently, works are available through Lyndsey Ingram, London.
In 2020/21 Ewing collaborated with fashion label Loewe under creative director Jonathan Anderson for SS21 and FW21 collections, producing sculptures and a limited edition jewellery collection. She is currently working with English Heritage's Audley End House, Saffron Walden, in Essex and Wildland Estate's Aldourie Castle, Lochness, on new sculpture collections connected to both sites. She has produced private commissions through David Linley and Foster Lomas Architects and is presently working on a commissioned project for the Roux Waterside Inn, Windsor.
Awards include A-N Time Space Money Bursary Award 2020; The BASET Endeavour Award 2019, The British-Australia Society; Hill End AIR, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, NSW Australia 2019; Selected Artist for TOAST Works of the Heart Campaign 2017; and selected CRAFT Brand/Trader at Top Drawer 2019 for Pomarius.
Her sculptures have appeared in The World of Interiors, The Telegraph, and were featured in the Financial Times 2022 HTSI.
Participation + Community Engagement
Since 2014, she has designed and delivered a participatory and educational sculpture programme, the Portable Foundry Project. Other participatory and community work includes the role of Director of Jetty Lane C.I.C 2016-17 [a community initiative in Woodbridge, Suffolk, established to secure the lease and re-building of the local Arts and Youth Centre] and Co-founder of Contaɪnər Projects 2021, a creative community resource and response to Covid-19 supported by East Suffolk Council, in collaboration with artists May Cornet and Emily Richardson. She is currently developing a pilot project connected to Mental Health and Well being in partnership with Suffolk Art Link, NHS Norfolk & Suffolk Foundation Trust, Suffolk Libraries and Museum Services.