Lena Snow Amason

Lena Snow Amason grew up in the village of Port Lions, Alaska. Born to a family of artists, her parents Alvin Amason and Kathy Nelson encouraged her to create art from an early age. Amason draws upon imagery of sea life around Kodiak Island for much of her carvings, paintings and drawings. She recently participated in a group sculpture show at the Pratt Museum and also has held shows with her father. Her work is included in collections at the Alaska Native Heritage Center, Alutiiq Museum, University of Alaska Museum of the North and the Anchorage Museum. Her work has also been included in an exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. Amason currently lives in Old Harbor.

Artwork by Lena Snow Amason

This art was purchased through the Alaska Art Fund managed by Museums Alaska.