Rie Munoz, Iconic Alaskan Artist 1921-2015
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Image: 13-3/4 x 18 Paper: 19-3/4 x 23-3/4
shrink-wrapped on acid-free foam board
- "My artwork can best be described as expressionism. The term applies to work that rejects camera snapshot realism, and instead, expresses emotion by distortion and strong colors. My paintings reflect an interest in the day-to-day activities of Alaskans such as fishing, berry picking, children at play, crabbing, and whaling. I am also fascinated with the legends of Alaska's Native people. While I find much to paint around Juneau, most of my material comes from sketching trips taken to the far corners of Alaska. I've taught school on King Island in the Bering Sea, traveled and sketched almost every community in Alaska."
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