“The symbolism  on my sculptures ranges from the very obvious to show my interpretation, to nothing more than a subtle mood created by forms to allow the viewer’s mind to wonder into the depths of the image.”

Alejandro came to the US in 1984 to work as a figurative sculptor in New York City and to attend the prestigious Parson’s School of Design.

His reputation as a fine sculptor preceded him, and in a short time he was designing and creating fine dolls and  figurative sculptures  for a number of leading companies like Lenox, The Franklin Mint, Bradford Exchange to name a few.

Since 1985 he has participated in solo and group exhibitions in New York City, Pennsylvania and Mexico City.

In 1987 he moved to Chester County, PA where he has his home and studio and lives with his three pups,  Violeta, Claire and Lola.

While he still continues sculpting for companies in the collectible market, he is  also involved in creating his own work, which is being showcased in local galleries and in Mexico City.

In 2016 he started teaching Sculpture at the Chester County Art Center in West Chester, PA


2017    Yellow Springs Art Show, PA

2016    7th Annual Radley Art Show, PA

             West Chester Gallery Walk, PA            

2013    Chester County Studio Tour, PA
              Arts in Bloom, Salem NJ

1012   "Old Friends, New Friends. Full Circle", iMPeRFeCT Gallery, Germantown PA            

2011      34Th Annual Bucks County Sculpture Show , Doylestown PA

2009     Fine Arts and Crafts Festival, Wallingford Community Arts Center, Wallingford, PA

              The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Ocean City, MD

2008     Arts and Crafts Holiday Sale Glen Mills, PA

2007     Harvest Arts & Crafts Festival, Wallingford Community Arts Center, Wallingford, PA

              Holiday Arts & Crafts Festival, Sama Center, West Chester, PA

              Arts & Crafts Festival, West Chester Twsp, West Chester, PA

2005     Love and Fantasy, Soleil Gallery, West Chester PA

2000     Christmas Exhibit, Wallingford Community Arts Center, Wallingford PA

1992     14th Creative People Art Show, Woodmere Art Museum, Chestnut Hill, PA

1992     500 Years of the Discovery of America, RC Art Center,   New York City

1992      Art in the Field Festival, Wawa, PA

1991      2-D/3-D Exhibitions, The Franklin Mint Museum, Media, PA

1991      13th Creative People Art Show, The Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA

1990      “Fresh Outlooks”, The Franklin Mint Museum, Media, PA

1988      10th Creative People Art Show, The Curtis Center, Philadelphia, PA

1987      Hispanic Exhibition of Visual Arts, Jacob Javits Convention Center,  New York City

1987      “Pueblo Quechua”, Estela’s Cafe, New York City

1985      Taller Latino Americano, New York City

Alejandro Lemus was born in Mexico City. A descendant  of an artistic family, he is a third  generation sculptor. Alejandro entered his father’s atelier at 11 years old, where he began sculpting and designing marionettes as his father and grandfather had done before him.

He also worked as a marionette restorer for  The Children’s Theatre Center, and as an an apprentice at the  Fundidores Artisticos,  a bronze foundry, while attending La Esmeralda School of Fine Arts, majoring in Sculpture.