A marketplace brought to you by Alaska Arts Confluence showcasing the best of Haines’ artists.
SHOP BY MEDIUM
Looking South Along Chilkat Inlet$1,100.00
Chilkat II – The Calm Before the Norm$1,940.00
High Sierra Winter Blues$1,200.00
Thaw – Abstract Landscape$755.00 – $3,150.00
Swirl Marble with Gold Nugget$165.00
Over the Rainbow Glacier$5,750.00
Circa 1703 – Elsfreth Alley$3,000.00
Across the Lynn Canal from Viking Cove$2,400.00
Dory in Waiting$550.00
Mud Bay Tide Pool$650.00
Ready for the Dance$6,500.00
Sterling Silver Salmon Necklace$128.00
Chilkat$190.00 – $1,340.00
Trash to Treasure
Trash to Treasure - An Auction FundraiserA Live & Silent Auction Fundraiser! All proceeds benefit the Fort Seward Sculpture Garden. Saturday, May 15, 4-7 pm at the Sculpture Garden -Free Entry -Live Music - The Outfits -Food Trucks -Beer and Wine
Our Pandemic Year in New Zealand
The Armchair Traveler Series: Cindy Buxton and Russ White talk about being unexpectedly stuck in NZ.
Exploring the Mayan Yucatan – with Tom Ganner
The Armchair Traveler Series : Focusing on the interplay of culture, history, anthropology, and archaeology.
WELCOME TO THE CHILKAT VALLEY
CREATIVE IS WHAT WE DO
BECAUSE REMARKABLE IS WHAT YOU WANT
Alaska is the timeless setting for exploring the bountiful wonders of nature and the endless possibilities of the human mind and spirit.
Adventurers discovered this centuries ago when they traversed continents and came upon this wild landscape of majestic mountains and glacial-fed rivers.
Twenty-first century visionary pioneers draw inspiration from the region’s pristine vast and varied tableau we call the Chilkat Valley. Here, a special breed of women and men coexist with free-roaming moose, bears, eagles, and other creatures sustained by a rich maritime forest climate.
Meet Haines, Alaskan Artists
Teri Bastable-Podsiki’s creative process is driven by exploring the combined use of reactive glass colors that contain copper sulfur, lead, and non-reactive colors.
Photography is Tom Ganner’s way of pursuing the world’s natural beauty in hopes of discovering the smaller secrets contained therein.
This is an unusual time with no tourists, and galleries closing. For Donna Catotti, things are not so different; artists keep their own company when working. In the studio, Donna Catotti has numerous projects going including paintings and a sculpture she plans to take to the foundry.
From marbleizing cremated ashes to walking a razor ridge precipice with a 5,000 foot drop, John Svenson’s glass works and watercolors pull us into his wild ride of art and adventure.
Larry (“Lars”) Larson worked for decades designing, rendering, and illustrating architectural projects before delving into painting and digital art. That history carries forward into works that often attempt to integrate the built environment with the imperiled natural world.
Gyotaku- Japanese for fish rubbing- is Lindsay Johnson’s way of honoring the magnificent marine life she pulls up from the deep, as well as passing the time when catching is slow.
Many people only have visions of animals in zoos. Brian Staurseth hopes that people who see his wildlife photography will appreciate the wonderful beauty and complexities of nature and help preserve it.
maven of the heart
Studying with master carver, Duane Pasco and the carvers of the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe of Little Boston introduced Debi Knight Kennedy to Northwest Coast Native art. That experience instilled in her the discipline it takes to make art for a living, and gave her the freedom to explore, experiment, and to be her authentic self.
A versatile artist, Rob Goldberg paints landscapes in watercolor and acrylic, hand-pulls serigraph prints, does architectural etched glass, and builds custom guitars, violins, cellos, and mandolins.
mistress of mosaics
Sharon Svenson is renowned for her custom stained-glass mosaic installations in public institutions across Alaska. Her decades of weaving experience translated seamlessly to the qualities of glass mosaics.