The Winter Art Walk is always
the First Friday in December!

2017 Winter Art Walk
Friday, December 1, 2017

Bundle up and celebrate the holiday season with friends and family as you enjoy new art, great local shopping and fabulous treats!

Click HERE for a complete listing of Ketchikan’s Winter Arts Events!!!!

2017 Participating Businesses:

Alaska Eagle Arts Gallery
5 Creek Street
Featuring works by Marvin Oliver. Free holiday gift with each purchase. Come celebrate art with us!

Arctic Spirit Gallery
318 Mission Street
Carvings by Haida artist Norman Natkong. Refreshments served.

Blasphemous Bill’s
100 Main Street
A great selection of Made in Alaska products! Jewelry, Birch cooking utensils, pet products, soaps and lotions, food products and much more. Refreshments served.

Cedar Chest Gift Shop
329 Stedman
Featuring Susan Copeland original watercolors and holiday cards. We always have nice functional art. Refreshments served.

Chinook and Company
307 Stedman Street
Featuring new Alaskan jewelry artist Julienne Pacheco, Inspired By Nature – A Wearable Art Collection, a trunk show featuring beautiful natural fiber scarves, accessories and blankets from Asian Eye, and new prints from Janine Gibbons. Smoked salmon and holiday faire. 10% off throughout the store except commissioned art.

Crazy Wolf Studio
607 Mission Street
Artwork by Ken Decker and jewelry artist Jeffery Sheakley. Refreshments served

Creek Street Boutique
123 Stedman Street
Featuring local artists Sandy Shepard, Kristen Zwicker, Terri Metcalf, and more! 5-7:30pm

Creek Street Cabaret
123 Stedman Street
2nd Annual Tribute to Chet Baker concert! A fundraising good time celebrating Chet’s trumpet and voice! Open for drinks starting at 7:30pm.

Fish Creek Company
13 Creek Street
Hand-painted 2017 ornaments by local artist Cindy Wortman-Ziel. Gift wrapping and free shipping to any US address with purchases over $30. Refreshments served.

Julie’s Fine Jewelry
326 Dock Street
Artist Wayne McMurchy’s hand carved silver. Local art prints by Susan Hoyt. Refreshments served.

Ketchikan Dry Goods
219 Stedman St
We have a new jewelry artist – Bronze Betty! Limited selection of Whale It Be ornaments, Navone Jewelry, WW Knits, art by Steven Villano, and many more local and Alaskan artists. Homemade cookies and special hot chocolate!

Ketchikan Youth Initiatives Youth Center
632 Park Avenue
Art and hot dogs for sale, tours, and gift wrapping.

Main Street Gallery
330 Main Street
Decolonizing Alaska
is a traveling exhibit curated by the Bunnell Street Art Center. Diverse artists challenge colonization through indigenous, global, traditional and contemporary concepts, technologies and media. Refreshments served.

New York Cafe
211 Stedman Street
Live music by The Compass Roses and Dave & Chazz starts at 5:00pm. Enjoy complimentary Za’atar & Zayt!!!!

Niblick’s General Store
625 Mission Street
Featuring fair-trade, hand-felted wool ornaments from Nepal and brass jewelry from South Africa. Refreshments served.

Parnassus Books
105 Stedman Street
Featuring candles from the Good and Well Supply Company and natural living books. Refreshments served.

Scanlon Gallery
318 Mission Street

Featuring Sitka artist Mark Bartlett with original oils. Refreshments served.

Starboard Frames and Gifts
407 Dock Street
Introducing Oceanborn Designs: wearable art from beach found metals, glass, stones and ceramic. Also featuring new work from some of your favorite local artists! Refreshments served.

The Soho Coho
5 Creek Street
Featuring Ray Troll’s; Fossil Map of Alaska and the Yukon, showing prehistoric animals and plant locations around the state. Refreshments served.

The Captain’s Lady
28 Creek Street
Featuring local artists Brittany Youngberg, Keshia Del Mar, and Grace Wolf, with photography by Peter Strait. Door prizes, sale items, and more! Refreshments served.

Tongass Historical Museum
629 Dock Street
Celebrate the holiday season with a fabulous display of gingerbread houses! Upholding Balance, an exploration of modern Northwest Coast Design from 1900 to present is also on display. Refreshments served.