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Sheila Wyne, December 4, 2020

Anchorage artist Sheila Wyne explore “Three Seasons,” an ongoing series that explores art, alchemy and anthropecene.

Wyne presents 3 ongoing series that explore our past, present and future connections to our changing environment. Found and manipulated signage, create future stratification. Facial casts and found objects explore our current reactions. Mixed media drawings document our past relationships with the land and current dilemmas.

Sheila Wyne is a visual artist based in Anchorage. Her studio work has been shown across the state, the Lower 48 and overseas. Her work is in permanent collections of several Alaska museums, and she has designed over 20 public artworks. Wyne has worked as a set designer with theatre companies in Alaska and the Northwest and she is core Member of The Light Brigade. Wyne has been awarded a national NEA/TCG Fellowship in set design, a Rasmuson Artist Fellowship and grants from Alaska State Council on the Arts, the NASE Development Program, the Andy Warhol and Rockefeller Foundations as well as the Governor’s Award for Individual Artist.

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