The artist brings out the spirit of a stone. Before sculpturing each poetic piece, the artist communicates
with the raw stone and harmonizes herself along with the client and or the project, and effortlessly
delivers a one-of-a-kind priceless work-of-art.
Born in Paris, Swiss-French Alexia Weill is based in Vevey, Switzerland for over a decade.
AW Atelier is located near Montreux.
Her late grandfather owned one of the largest art galleries in Paris in his days.
Most recently, her latest monumental piece ‘‘The Wave" was installed in the middle of Lake Geneva during the Montreux Biennale 2019. "Origine Circle" - 5 circles stacked-like sculptured in one huge of marble - was her first monumental installation in front of the lake in 2017. And in 2016, "Native" was selected for Les Cubes public art exhibit in Lausanne.
NEW YORK CITY EXHIBITS
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Round Two, Circle of Life II Opening on May 20, 2019
Circle of Life II Opening midtown Manhattan Penthouse Residence on May 17, 2019
Inauguration, Talk & Reception at 287/LES New York City on October 23, 2018
'Live Art' at 287/LES New York City on October 23, 2018
October 4, 2018 - Story about Native... a two-sided masterpiece on white Carrara marble, 48" / 120cm, over 400lbs / 180kg.
May 28, 2018 - video interview with the artist in front of Lake Geneva in Villeneuve, Switzerland. Cercles Originels / Circles of Origin, a two-sided monumental piece on white Carrara marble, height: 6’ 8” / 2.4m.
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Watch Alexia Weill at work sculpturing her monumental piece Circle of Origin for the Biennale Montreux 2017 Switzerland. The artist was one of the selected talent to design a piece specifically to be exhibited with Geneva Lake as background. The exhibit took place in the summer of 2017.
« Impressions Circulaires »
Series of stone art, a natural evolution to the original Circle of Life.
Exhibited at the 2017 Paris Salon des Beaux-Arts,
Carrousel du Louvre and at the Montreux Art Gallery 2017.
Blades of Time
Moon Light Ray