Alex Lombard lives and makes artwork in Arizona. She grew up around geologists and botanists and went on to study art in Oregon and New York, with an MA in Printmaking from Pratt Institute. Her interest in sculpture that points toward mundane humor has led her practice to thrive on cross-pollination of diverse processes, like painting, printmaking, carpentry, and machining. Her work weaves observations from the outdoors into indoor climates – from a found glue-trap covered in entombed insects re-imagined as a miniature basketball court, to a lamp that simulates the pathway of the sun as it travels over an array of prints of the forest floor. She has lately been working on a design-build project for low income housing in Tucson.