Jannah Sexton Atkins Solo Artist Exhibition Opening at the Alaska State Museum

    Friday, February 3rd, 2023

    Time
    4:30pm - 7:00pm
    Venue
    Alaska State Library, Archives And Museum (apk Slam), Juneau, 99801
    Price
    no cost

    The Alaska State Museum is pleased to announce Prayer Markers - Ecological Relics, an exhibition of works by artist Jannah Sexton Atkins.

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    The Alaska State Museum is pleased to announce Prayer Markers - Ecological Relics, an exhibition of works by artist Jannah Sexton Atkins. Using found and recycled objects combined with hand-drawn and sculpted elements, Sexton Atkins assembles works that contemplate society’s connection to nature.

    The Marker Series chronicles "humanity’s impact on Earth’s complex natural ecosystems by exponentially disrupting the elegant inter-relational web of organic life forms and their natural sustainable habitat critical for life itself.”

    Each of the 20 Prayer Markers in the exhibition includes a portrait of an insect, bird, fish or plant. Sexton Atkins playfully combines these portraits with salvaged, societal waste. The resulting Markers encourage connection and responsibility to our planet.

    The exhibit opens Friday, February 3, 4:30–7:00 pm. The artist will give a talk about her work at 6:30 pm in the APK lecture hall. The exhibit runs through April 8, 2023.

    Venue

    Alaska State Library, Archives And Museum (apk Slam)
    395 Whittier
    Juneau
    99801

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