Alice Dillon is a fiber artist from Worcester, Massachusetts. Her roots in fiber art trace back to receiving a sewing machine as a child, which she used to create small projects. Alice began actively identifying as an artist in college when she taught herself how to embroider. She is most interested in linear imagery and taking a modern androgynous approach to the classically feminine medium.
Alice is a graduate of Clark University, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in art history and history and a Master’s degree in history. In addition to maintaining her artistic career, Alice is also the Associate Director of ArtsWorcester.