Local artists

Carmel Anderson

Water media paintings in rich colors full of symbolic whimsy.

Beth Antonsen
Ketchikan woodworker

MJ Cadle
Distinctive photography for decorative and commercial use.

Susan Christensen
Petersburg fiber artist

Barbara Failing
Author, teacher, speaker.

Luis Fernandez de Cordoba
Handcrafted guitar construction, stringed instrument repair, precision set-up and fret work

Jeff Fitzwater

Grace Freeman
Graphic tees, scarves and art cards

Marty Harris
Ok, so Marty isn’t exactly local, but he’s been a loyal member and we look forward to his Blueberry Juried Arts show entries every year! “Photography is the only work I do with my whole heart.”

Mary Ida Henrikson
Mary Ida Henrikson was born and raised in Ketchikan and was influenced by the adventure writers, photographers and artists grouped around the Alaska Sportsman Magazine that was published in Ketchikan.  She found inspiration through the changing environments inherent in work on the North Slope, Alaska Marine Highway and the fishing industry.

Danelle Landis
Vivid, dynamic oil paintings.

Terry Leberman
Hisit Glass Studio

Marilyn Lee
“Fine Art is not just a piece of wall decoration, but a fundamental element of our culture and education in our life,” Strubel opines.

Gary McWilliams
The beauty of stone is a gift of nature- like a sunset, like a wild rose, like a hummingbird. Stone Arts of Alaska is dedicated to the appreciation of stone.

Pam Pontious
Handmade collectibles.

Chip Porter

David Reynolds
Check out David’s website to see where you can catch him playing next!

Christy Ruby
Alaskan Native Artist.

Salty Designs
Purses, Hats and Bags with Southeast Alaskan style created by Brooke Ratzat.

Mitch Seaver
I have lived in Southeast Alaska more than 30 years. The primary purpose of this site is to share the beauty of the Inside Passage and other areas of Alaska and the American West.

Linda Rae Shearer
Owner of the Laughing Berry Gift Shop on Metlakatla.

Sandy Shepard
Drawing, water color, and glass.

Charlotte Tanner
Acrylics, pastels, pencil.

Becki Trachsel-Hesedahl

Ray Troll
From his tree lined studio, high on a hill above the Tongass Narrows in rain-swept Ketchikan Alaska, Ray Troll draws & paints fishy images that migrate into museums, books and magazines and onto t-shirts sold around the planet. Basing his quirky, aquatic images on the latest scientific discoveries, Ray brings a street-smart sensibility to the worlds of ichthyology & paleontology.

Peaches Wallin
Photography featuring SE Alaska

Matthew West
Sculpture, installation, animation, and virtual art.

Rayana White
“Slugs”, boot liners made with pizazz.

Evon Zerbetz
“Zerbetz’s eye-grabbing illustrations raise the energy level with their dynamic lines and vibrant compositions.”
-Publishers Weekly

Kakau/studio k