Alexander Beech’s art practice includes painting landscapes with drawing as the fundamental basis. Using a range of techniques, an image builds that is painterly with fragments of translucent detail. His work is contemporary, yet alludes to the history of European and Australian painting. He immerses himself in the landscape to share the experience and discover his sense of place within it, reflecting on events past and present. He synthesises connections between the subject matter and refines what is laid down in paint. His process is just as important as the completed work.

In 2018 Alexander graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) with First Class Honours from the School of Creative Arts, University of Tasmania. His project developed during this course of study investigates vulnerability and disquiet in the landscape. In 2019 he is pursuing further postgraduate study and is currently undertaking a Master of Fine Art and Design.