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Four Juneau artists had work selected for inclusion in the 30th All Alaska Juried Art Exhibition, a biennial exhibition and the largest display of Alaska artists in the state.
Guest juror Michael Rush, the director of the Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, selected 96 works by 74 artists out of 910 works by 260 artists. The exhibition begins at the Anchorage Museum of History and Art, then tours the state.
The Juneau artists are: Heidi Reifenstein, "Look Me in the Eye," ink/pastel; Jane Terzis, "(Prayer for the Protection of All Beings) I Have the Capacity for Meanness," graphite, colored pencil on paper, and "(Prayer for the Protection of All Beings) I Have the Capacity for Obsessive Neatness," graphite, gouache on paper; Roxanne Turner, "Marrakesh," mixed media; David Woodie, "Untitled," oil, canvas on mounted panel, hemlock molding, and "Vanitas," oil on wood, distressed beadboard, water media.