Alice Couttoupes completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (First Class Hons)
UNSW Art & Design in 2013. Her practice is based in contemporary clay and
ceramics, exploring the botanical world. Represented by Kronenberg Mais Wright
in Sydney, she has exhibited abroad including at the Bernardaud
Fondation in Limoges (2017) and the National Gallery of Indonesia (2016).
Couttoupes was awarded the AGNSW Eva Breuer Travelling Scholarship in 2018, and completed a three-month residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris.
Her work is held in a number of collections including the Shepparton Art Museum