Born and raised in the
middle of Wyoming's Wind river Indian Reservation, artist Alice Marlatt has
spent her entire life on farms and ranches, first with her parents and later
with her husband and three children, Alice has lived what she
After her last child left for college Alice returned to school and studied art, namely sculpture. This was about 20 years ago, and she never looked back. Her work can be found in collections around the country, including Wyoming's Governor's Mansion, Senator Malcolm Wallop, Fremont Co. Commissioners and many others. Several of her pieces can also be found in foreign countries
Alice is Past President of the Wyoming Artist's Association and the Riverton Artists Guild. She was awarded the Pierrot Award for outstanding Visual Artist by Riverton Arts in Action, in 1991 and again in 1995. She says among her most rewarding endeavors is sharing her work with kids encouraging them to use their imagination and enjoy the creative process,
Alice was one of 20 artisans chosen to represent the state of Wyoming on QVC. Two of her sundials were named official Wyoming Centennial Pieces. Thermopolis, Wyoming commissioned Alice to do the bronze relief around the flagpole for their town's centennial project.
Many of Alice's pieces are not only works of art, but are functional as well. These pieces include such works as: sundials, bookends, clocks, fountains and doorknockers. She has also created bronze relief for entryways, gardens and headstones
Alice Marlatt was named Grand Wyoming Artist by the Wyoming Artists Association at the annual state convention in Dubois in May 2002. The award is the association's most prestigious award of the year.
Alice also won the Governor's Award at the convention. The winning piece, a sculpture of longhorn cattle, will hang in the Wyoming Governor's Mansion during the next year.
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