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November 2001

November Releases

As winter approaches, Rie Muñoz has released three marvelous Christmas images. "Ski Lesson," "Ice Skaters," and "Winter Storage." Appearing in "Ice Skaters" is Rie's granddaughter Mercedes with her dog Bailey. Muñoz sketched this in Juneau during last year�s cold snap.

"Ski Lesson" was sketched in Whistler, B.C. and "Winter Storage," a neighborhood scene close to Rie's house. These prints will make great Christmas presents.

Munoz�s next release will January 4, 2002 with the silkscreen "Seal Hunter."

Christmas Art Card Packages

Rie Muñoz Ltd. has Christmas art card packages available for $20 retail. There are ten assorted cards per box featuring Muñoz winter scenes. The cards have been imprinted with "Seasons Greetings" or "Happy Holidays" and include envelopes. Give us a call and order your Christmas art card packages now. We have a total of 42 different Rie Muñoz cards, available folded for $2;, matted for $15; and framed for $45. They are super Christmas presents.

Northwest Girlchoir Uses Munoz Image

Rie Muñoz has donated her image, "Both the Sun and Moon Belong to Women" to the Northwest Girlchoir of Seattle for the center art piece of their 2001-2002 concert season. Rie Muñoz has been invited to the Girlchoir concert on November 30 at the new Benaroya theater. Muñoz will sign posters before the concert and during intermission. Call 1-206-985-3973 for tickets.

Rie Munoz Donates Prints to UAS

Rie Muñoz has dedicated 100 prints of "Ice Skaters" to the University of Alaska Southeast Noyes Pavilion project. The matted prints will be given to those donating $1,000 or more to the Pavilion campaign. The outdoor pavilion on the shore of Auke Lake will be used by both the campus and the community for performances and presentations. The facility will be built among the gigantic spruce trees that surround the campus with magnificent views of the Mendenhall Glacier.

"This is a tremendous gesture of support," said UAS Chancellor John Pugh. "The pavilion is being funded entirely by private donations, so a commemorative gift by such a renowned local artist fits very well with the local nature of the pavilion."

The pavilion is named after John Noyes, an Alaskan Adjutant General who died in a plane crash near Nome in 1956.

Rie Munoz Marriage Certificates

The State of Alaska, bureau of Vital Statistics has asked to use one of the most popular Rie Muñoz images, "Tenakee Wedding" for an Alaska Heirloom Marriage Certificate. The marriage certificate is available to those couples who were married in Alaska. There is a $50 charge and the money is used by the Alaska Children�s Trust to help prevent child abuse. Lt. Governor Fran Ulmer recently unveiled the new Heirloom Marriage Certificates at a press conference in Anchorage.If you would like to obtain one of these commemorative certificates please contact Shari Paul at 907-465-4870, fax 907-465-8638 or email her at:


The state also commissioned Alaska artists Dale DeArmond and Byron Birdsall to produce marriage certificates. You can view these certificates at:


Congratulations Are In Order

Our bookkeeper, Demi Skinas, was married on September 22 to Juneau resident Skip Stone in her home town of San Francisco. Demi met Skip four years ago. Demi and her family are from Greece and Skip and Demi had a traditional Greek Orthodox wedding in a grand church. The couple recently purchased a house and plan to make Juneau their home.


The tentative release schedule for 2001 and the beginning of 2002 is as follows:

November 1, 2001
3 prints

January 4, 2002
1 silkscreen

February, 2002
3 prints

Thank you for your interest in the artwork of Rie Muñoz!

Juan Muñoz

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