Alice Andrea Ewing is an artist and founder-sculptor living and working in Suffolk, UK. She established and leads the craft-design studio Pomarius and has designed and delivered a participatory and educational sculpture programme, the Portable Foundry Project since 2014.

Previous exhibitions include those at Battersea Arts Centre, London; The LookOut Tower, Aldeburgh; Soho Farmhouse, Oxfordshire, London; 9B Cork Street, London; Royal Botanical Gardens Edinburgh and Royal Botanical Gardens Kew; David Linley, London. She collaborated with fashion label Loewe for their 2021 Collection, under creative director Jonathan Anderson. 


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.


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.