Alexandra Bailliere works in painting, drawing, sculpture and installation. Her work explores themes of memory and the everyday, often mining her past for connections to the present. Bailliere earned her MFA from Mills College in Oakland, California and her BA cum laude from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. She spent a semester of high school studying painting and drawing at the Cleveland Institute of Art in Lacoste, France, and she spent her junior year of college in Paris, studying art history and painting at the Université de Paris I on a yearlong Duke-Cornell program. Since 2006, her work has been presented at the Sanchez Art Center, Root Division in San Francisco, the Berkeley Art Center, the O'Hanlon Center for the Arts, the Palo Alto Art Center, the Worth Ryder Gallery at UCBerkeley and the Mills College Art Museum. In May, 2016, Bailliere was named as a finalist for a graduate fellowship at the Headlands Center for the Arts in Sausalito, California.
Bailliere teaches in continuing education at College of Marin and City College San Francisco (Fort Mason campus).