Living on Unalaska Island for more than 30 years, Aleutian artist Carolyn Reed’s work focuses on identity with place, portraying relationships between people and the sea. The “Bering Sea” exhibit, scheduled to exhibit at the Museum of the Aleutians in Unalaska later this year, groups woodblock prints, etchings and large-scale drawings expressing the ocean’s impact on the Aleutians and its people. One drawing “Touching Fire” was recently highlighted by BBC Radio 3 in a series entitled “Art In A Cold Climate”. A graduate of Pacific Northwest College of Art, Reed has had solo exhibitions at the Anchorage Museum of History & Art and the Alaska State Museum.
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