Marianne Wieland has been producing inspiring art in Alaska for over 40 years. She has been in the Last Frontier since before it was a state, and her father was Alaska’s first supreme court chief justice, whom the Nesbitt courthouse is named after. Suffice it to say, she’s Alaskan through and through.
Her art reflects her love of the outdoors and adventure, as well as exploring a variety of mediums from oil to embossing. Her pieces are overflowing with variety, color, texture, and a quiet peace.
We are proud to have Marianne’s work in our gallery for the month of July. If you are a collector, know a collector, or just want a piece of truly Alaskan art, you will NOT want to miss this show.