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Meet Lexi Brock

“I was practically born with a paintbrush in one hand and a pencil in the other.  I can’t remember a time in my life when I wasn’t doing something artistic,” confesses Lexi Brock, a senior at Penn High School in Mishawaka.  Recently accepted into Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids, Michigan, she says she cannot wait to “take as many art classes as humanly possible and just soak it all up like a sponge!”   As our Young Artist of the Month, Lexi has been awarded a free studio art class at SBMA, and we’re anxious to see what amazing work she creates when she’s enrolled here.

Lexi with her award-winning artwork.

Drawing is an area of the visual arts in which Lexi is especially gifted, and she tends to use her dreams and personal experiences as inspiration for her pieces.  We invite you to browse some images of Lexi’s work, and please remember that nominations for our Young Artist of the Month are always available right here.
“Diver-city” is an oil pastel, ink, charcoal, colored pencil, and crayon drawing of fish in water.

"Diver-city"

Next, a linoleum block print of a fox and gears done on hard cut/battleship linoleum Lexi entitled “Running the Machine.”

"Running the Machine"

The scratch drawing below won a Scholastic Gold Key this year. It was created from photographs that Lexi had taken and combined with her drawing to create a surrealistic effect.

"Do the Gregor"

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2 Comments»

  Lori Smiles wrote @

Wow, amazing art work – what an extremely talented young artist. Especially love The Gregor – seems personal somehow!;)

  SBMA wrote @

Thanks! We agree! Lexi is so talented – we hope she’ll keep in touch with us!


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