Dorothy Stites Alig is a printmaker and painter who lives in Indianapolis and has a studio in a former telephone switching station. Her work addresses themes ranging from psychological testing to architecture and memory and is sometimes influenced by her past life as a textile conservator and curator.

Alig has works in the collections of Indiana State Museum, Wabash University, and Community Hospital Foundation. She is also well established within the arts community of Indianapolis and has exhibited her work extensively.


Dorothy Alig, Subtle Complexities Dan Grossman
14 Jun. 2011