Alison Neville graduated magna cum laude in 2016 with a Bachelor’s of Fine Art from Weber State University with a two-dimensional emphasis. She lives and works as the education coordinator at Bountiful-Davis Art Center in Bountiful, Utah. She also maintains a monthly critique group named the Bob Ross Society. Her work has shown from Ogden to Salt Lake City as part of pop-up shows, galleries, fundraisers, and city funded projects. She organized Nasty Women Utah, an all-female show protesting our sitting president, to raise funds for Planned Parenthood Association of Utah.
Her work varies widely including drawings on paper, dioramas, mixed media, and polymer clay sculpture. Along with contemporary projects, she illustrates coloring books for adults (Fungi Fancy and Sacred Sloths), paints miniature pendants, and contributes miniature works to refurbished cigarette vending machines called art-o-mats.