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Background Information

Employment History

Sitka Fine Arts Camp


Cultural Freelance Artist


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Sitka Fine Arts Camp - Faculty

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Patrick Lind
Patrick Lind was born and raised in a small fishing village located 250 miles off of Kodiak Island. He graduated from high school with honors and worked as a commercial fisherman before earning his living as an artist. Patrick says, "My life has led me to be a cultural freelance artist.


KCAW - Public Radio in Sitka, Alaska - Local News

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Artist Patrick Lind
Artist Patrick Lind SITKA, ALASKA (2011-07-01) For the past two weeks, visiting Aleut/Alutiiq cultural artist and musician, Patrick Lind, taught classes at the Sitka Fine Arts Camp, and demonstrated his art in the gallery of the Sheldon Jackson Museum. He's been a teacher for 16 years and scours museum archives to learn more about ancient techniques. Lind came from Homer to share his expertise in hopes of passing a little cultural history along to the younger generation. Lind taught wood carving and painting to the students at the Fine Arts Camp but uses several different mediums for his own artwork. He's originally from Chignik, located 250 miles west of Kodiak Island. He was born and raised commercial fishing and then joined the Army National Guard before studying Aleut/Alutiiq culture and art. Lind's culture and environment steer his inspiration as an artist. Lind says one of the perks of his profession is being his own boss but says that has a downside when you're doing what you love. He usually sleeps around 4 hours a night...or less when he's working under a deadline. Lind left Sitka last week but says he enjoyed his time in Sitka teaching at the Fine Arts Camp and demonstrating at the Sheldon Jackson Museum and hopes to return next year.


sitkasentinel.com

The Friends of the Sheldon Jackson Museum will host Alutiiq artist Patrick Lind at the museum Aug. 22, 24, 28, 29 and 31.
Lind will be working in the galleries most mornings and some afternoons. He will be providing a free two-session, hands-on Aleut/Alutiiq miniature visor and spear-making workshop on Aug. 24 and Aug. 27 from 3 to 4 p.m. To register for the miniature visor and spear-making workshop, call 747-8981. Space is limited. Students should take small paint brushes for details, a notebook, a small tube of tan and black acrylic paint Lind was born and raised in a small fishing village located near Kodiak Island. He graduated from high school with honors and worked as a commercial fisherman before earning his living as an artist.


Artist Gallery

www.alutiiqmuseum.org [cached]

Patrick Lind
Patrick Lind was born and raised in a small fishing village located 250 now off of Kodiak Island. He graduated from high school with honors and worked as a commercial fisherman before earning his living as an artist. Patrick says, "My life has led me to be a cultural freelance artist. Being surrounded by the rugged coastal region inspires me as an artist to take pride in my culture. Intensive research and studies allowed me to recreate histories past, rendering captive moments on canvas and art paper. My skills cover a number of mediums - wood, ivory, baleen, soapstone, and acrylic paints." Read more: Patrick Lind


Patrick Lind

www.alutiiqmuseum.org [cached]

Patrick Lind
Patrick Lind was born and raised in a small fishing village located 250 now off of Kodiak Island. He graduated from high school with honors and worked as a commercial fisherman before earning his living as an artist. Patrick says, "My life has led me to be a cultural freelance artist.


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