Alanna Huck-Scarry is a visual artist from the Midwest with roots in Chicago and northern Michigan. Alanna Huck-Scarry experiments with elements of design such as movement, weight, and chance through study of abstract self-portraiture. While most of her work revolves around three dimensional forms, as of late Alanna Huck-Scarry has begun experimenting with soft sculptures as a means of exploring themes of body, self portraiture, and abstraction.

In 2018 Alanna Huck-Scarry graduated from DePaul University with a degree in fine art and later that same year she was also part of the Chicago Artists Coalition’s LAUNCH Residency. At DePaul, Alanna Huck-Scarry participated in a number of shows and publications including the I AM I Showcase (Chicago 2018) and DePaul’s Senior Showcase (Chicago 2018).

From January to April of 2019, Alanna Huck-Scarry's work will be on view in What's Next at the Ice House Gallery in Evanston, Illinois and from April to May Alanna Huck-Scarry’s work will be on view in Body Language at the Krasl Art Center in St. Joseph, Michigan.