Four Interior Alaska artists are among the winners chosen for the prestigious “All Alaska Juried Art Exhibition XXXIV” at the Anchorage Museum.
The museum has recognized the contributions of Alaska artists in the world of contemporary art with its biennial juried exhibition for more than 30 years. This year’s exhibition drew 479 submissions by 140 Alaska artists. Massachussetts-based juror Susan Cross selected 40 pieces by 27 artists for the exhibit.
The exhibit is on display at the Anchorage Museum through Feb. 3. It will travel to the Alaska State Museum in Juneau in March and will be on display at the Bear Gallery in Pioneer Park in Fairbanks from May 4-31.
Interior Alaska artists chosen for the exhibit include Iris Sutton of Fairbanks for her acrylic on canvas work “Golden Quills”; Todd Sherman of Fairbanks for his acrylic on board works “Wolverine Portrait” and “Cross Fox Portrait”; Adam Ottavi of Ester for his photograph “Nenana Burn”; Amy Reisland-Speer of Healy for her oil on canvas “Mt. Eielson”; and Klara Maisch of Fairbanks for her etching “Shadows,” a silkscreen called “Alaska Collection” and an acrylic collage, “Natural Resources.”