In the summer of 2001 Sasha Alexandra attended her first pottery class. Bagged lunch in hand she entered the community art center. Sasha was unaware that that this summer camp would be the catalyst for a life-long love affair with clay. She discovered that clay had the power to transform into beautiful objects that could bring an extra layer of joy to a morning cup of coffee or a dinner with friends. After that class, Sasha continued to practice her craft by making countless cups, bowls, plates, and teapots. She attended the Kansas City Art Institute and started to use clay to create sculptural installations. Sasha graduated in 2013 with a BFA in ceramics. Post-graduation she packed up her belongings and moved to Fort Collins, Colorado. Since moving to Colorado, Sasha has worked consistently build her studio practice. She recently exhibited work at the Indianapolis Art Center in Indianapolis, Indiana and at Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Missouri. Sasha continues to love working in clay.