(1926 - 2006)
Joan Arend Kickbush was active/lived in Wisconsin. Joan Kickbush is known for Alaskan village scenes, wildlife, landscapes.
Biography Joan Kickbush
Joan Arend Kickbush was known for her colorful Alaska village scenes of
people and children playing in their bright colored kuspuks and
parkas. During an interview in January, 2005 with Jinx Whitaker,
owner of New Horizons Gallery Joan commented: "My mother said the best
way to keep me quiet was to put me in a high chair with paper and
Born March 23, 1926, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, she attended Milwaukee State College and the Layton School of Art for a year. She briefly worked as a commercial artist in Minneapolis, Minnesota, continuing with her painting in her spare time.
In 1954, she and her husband moved from Hawaii to Alaska, where Joan became a schoolteacher in Anchorage. They stayed until
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