Alicia began her education in Archaeology in 2011 while studying at the University of Victoria. At an excavation in Boetia, Greece, she learned the basics of illustration and artifact analysis. She went on to join numerous projects as a digital illustration coordinator and field illustrator and has had a vibrant career in archaeological illustration and 3D imaging. Today, with a MA in Heritage Management and Digital Archaeology, she focuses mainly on digital artifact illustration and has worked in the Netherlands, Canada, USA, England, and Italy.


Twitter: @Allywalsh

Her images, click each to find out more and get high resolution versions:

The inside courtyard of an almshouse
A delftware tile that depicts a romantic scene where a young man hands a flower to the girl he loves.