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ALICE JOANNE STEVENS
Alice Joanne Stevens, alias Many Hats, was a location scout in Alpine, Texas and throughout the larger Big Bend area of Far West Texas. She was also a location manager, talent scout and could procure props and even livestock as needed. She also had extensive experience as a still photographer, an ongoing project cut short was a portfolio of working cowboys. Alice has worked on fashion, commercial, film and television projects, including....
American Eagle Outfitters, Fashion Video
Stardust Visions N.Y.
Jesus in Laredo
Flying Saucer Films
Anthropologie, Fashion stills
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Alice Joanne Stevens studied art at TCU in Fort Worth, Texas, studying under, among others, sculptor Harry Geffert. She met Henry Hopkins, then the administrator of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth when she worked there as a receptionist. During this time she was introduced to the work of artists like Edward Kienholz, Robert Irwin, Ed Moses and Donald Judd. This influenced her work to change from organic to a more architectural style. Having such a friend and mentor it isn’t surprising she was a fantastic artist. She was a photographer, potter and a jewelry maker and a with BA and MFA degrees in Metallurgy and Photography.
2 MANY HATS POSTCARDS
Her postcards are available at the Museum of the Big Bend and Big Bend Saddlery in Alpine, Texas, or CLICK HERE TO ORDER PRINTS or HERE TO ORDER POSTCARDS