The late Rie Muñoz was originally from California, but she moved to Alaska in 1950, where she began capturing the essence of that state with painted vignettes. A journalist, teacher, museum curator and artist, Muñoz made a life-dedication to illustrate scenes of Alaska at work and play. Her unique and whimsical water colors and graphic prints perfectly imagined the diverse Alaskan culture. On display will be a small sampling of Muñoz’s limited edition prints and watercolors.
Through Sept. 23The Krantz Art Gallery (Jefferson Community and Technical College)
Monday-Thursday 8–5 p.m., Friday 9 a.m.-12 p.m. | Free