Jill Alexander studied architecture and art at McGill University, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and the Saidye Bronfman Centre in Montreal. Following a career in architecture and teaching in Quebec, Ontario and Australia, she settled in Grey County. Her artwork celebrates the natural world, particularly the forces that shape the land and populate the sky, as well as microcosms found in gardens, forests and the wilderness. Her work is rooted in place, with themes related to the cycle of death and rebirth, and the interconnectedness of life. Jill’s work has been exhibited in Montreal, Australia and Grey County, and can be found in a number of private collections.

CONTACT: 647-990-7415;; Instagram: @jillealexander