Lexicon of Love Art.
Ever since she was a little girl, Elexa has created collages. She would cut out pictures from her mom’s travel magazines and cover her floor in piles of themes until there were enough images to glue onto a piece of paper and create a cohesive work she would give as a gift to someone she loved.
After moving to Atlanta and performing full time, Elexa fell into art as a creative outlet in between rehearsals. Friends and family members began asking to take home pieces she created, have her make necklaces with her sheet music, or create a custom canvas with a customized lyric she would use to decorate her studio and classrooms.
In 2014, Lexicon of Love Music Art was born. In the early years of Lexicon of Love, she found her art featured at festivals and events such as Avondale Estates Christmas Show, Georgia Tech Holiday Crafts Show MINT Gallery, Woodstock Art Market, Atlantic Station Evening Market, Pine Lake Festival, Chamblee Tucker Farmers Market, and COTA for Kate Holiday Show.
Elexa’s art style continued to blossom through her popular canvas paintings of collaged recycled sheet music with handwritten quotes, lyrics, and pop culture references.
Her first large festival in 2015 was the Brookhaven Arts Festival, which was her first time at a two-day fine arts show. The overwhelming response she received from patrons for her work grew as she attended more festivals. Throughout the years she has been invited multiple times to prominent Georgia art festivals including, Dunwoody Arts Festival, Virginia Highlands Summerfest, Inman Park Festival, Decatur Holiday Marketplace, St. Pius Holiday Marketplace, Candler Park Festival, and Stone Mountain Yellow Daisy Festival.
In 2019, she showcased her art in New York City at BroadwayCon, and her art was signed by many of the Tony award-winning artists who inspired the work. Her art broke into the Broadway scene, and Elexa now works every week on commissions for Broadway fans and actors sent around the world through her online Etsy store. She was also invited to join the Broadway Makers Alliance after her success at BroadwayCon.
Patrons can see Elexa's art at Carere Music Store, Bookish Atlanta, K Squared Artisan Boutique, Independent Distillery, and Garage Door Studio in Atlanta. You can often find more of her art in local restaurants and coffee shops, including Park Grounds, Taproom coffee, and Kavarna Coffee.
As the world began to open back up, Elexa was honored to be an artist at her first Megacon Orlando, Dragoncon in Atlanta and New York Comic Con.
Elexa also started offering wholesale options to retailers and schools in 2021. To learn more about this, click the button below.