MARGO KLASS made Fairbanks, Alaska her home in 2005. Here she creates mixed-media box constructions and artist books inspired by the unique sense of light and space in the Alaskan landscape. Influences in her work include medieval art and Japanese aesthetics. She has received awards from the Rasmuson Foundation, Alaska State Council on the Arts, and has been Artist in Residence in Denali National Park and on Bureau of Land Management’s Wild and Scenic Rivers. In 2015 she received the Governor’s Individual Artist Award. Her work is in the Anchorage Museum, UAF Museum of the North, Pratt Museum in Homer, and other public and private collections. Publications include Double Moon – Constructions & Conversations with texts by Frank Soos.

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