Alice Dubiel

  • The Lay of the Land: Glacial Biocenosis, Installation View, 215cm x 559 cm, Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA 2018-9
  • The Lay of the Land: Glacial Biocenosis, Challenger Quadrant detail, acrylic mixed media, digital media on paper, wooden scroll ends, cotton cloth mounting, 46 x 147 cm (18.11 x 57.87), historic map from 1983, Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA 2018-9
  • The Lay of the Land: Glacial Biocenosis, Marblemount Quadrant detail, acrylic mixed media, digital media on paper, wooden scroll ends, cotton cloth mounting, 46 x 147 cm (18.11 x 57.87), historic map from 1983, Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA 2018-9
  • The Lay of the Land: Glacial Biocenosis, salmon habitat detail, Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA 2018-9
  • The Lay of the Land: Glacial Biocenosis, araniella displicata [6 spotted orbweaver] detail, Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA 2018-9
  • The Lay of the Land: a tale of Skagit marshes, Installation View for Surge (2) at Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA water collected in Skagit estuarine delta. Scroll: acrylic on Hanji; wood, glass, electric lights, water, carbonless forms for audience participation. 90 w x 230 (l) x 255 (h) cm, 09.2016.
  • The Lay of the Land: a tale of Skagit marshes, Installation View for Surge (2) at Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA, Ghost shrimp detail, 09.2016
  • Study for The Lay of the Land: a tale of Skagit marshes, acrylic and mixed media on Hanji (Korean mulberry paper) 61 H x 24 W cm Installation for Surge (2) at Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA 09.2016
  • The Book of Shadows: Seeds are the Jewels of the Earth (Vadana Shiva), acrylic mixed media on Hanji, 69.85 x 147.32 cm, 2015
  • Leave it in the Ground: A 5-year Plan, Fundamental Parameters, digital print, charcoal, wood, encaustic, 35.56 x 25.4 cm, 2014

Alice Dubiel has exhibited internationally and nationally for over 35 years, featuring solo installations of paintings, conceptual work about ecology and the politics of representation and reproduction. In fall 2006, she was artist in residence at North Cascades National Park; in 2007 and 2014 she received funds from 4Culture in King County, WA. Since 2011 Dubiel has traveled, lectured and exhibited in Gwangju, Gyeongju and Daegu, Korea. She participated in MoNA’s (Museum of Northwest Art) SURGE exhibitions with the series, The Lay of The Land, installations and a performance. Recently she participated in COCA’s Girlfriends of the Guerrilla Girls traveling exhibition. Living with her family in Seattle, she volunteers as an amateur naturalist. Born in Berkeley, CA, degrees from UC Santa Cruz and San Jose State University, she taught for 20 years. View blog at https://www.planetart.space/

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    • 2811 NW 93rd Street
    • Seattle WA 98117
    • 206-782-7455

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