Alice Katz


My art consists of papier mache sculptures, acrylic paintings, cut paper collages, fabric wall pieces, and photomontages. Much of it involves the use of recycled materials, such as beads, sequins, buttons, gift wrap paper, and found objects. I am interested in transforming ordinary materials and objects into something new, with an emphasis on pattern, color, and form. Some of my art makes a strong statement about an aspect of our society. All of it gives the viewer new ways to see or think about the world and hopefully, to see beauty where it has been overlooked.


Alice received a degree in Art Education and taught art in New York public schools for many years. She then earned a Master’s degree in Counseling in 1979 and went on to pursue both her art and her role as a psychotherapist.

She has exhibited and won prizes for her paintings, sculptures, wall hangings, and photos in shows at area galleries and museums. She is on the Curatorial Committee for The Kershner Gallery in the Fairfield Library and is on the Board of the Fairfield County Arts Association. Alice is also a member of Art/Place.

Alice lectures on relationship issues at area facilities, has been a guest on radio and television shows and an instructor at Westport Continuing Education. She is also the author of several self-help books.