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I painted this scene as a gift for my oldest son and his wife to commemorate their wedding at the iconic Crow Creek Mine in Girdwood. The Mine continues to be a popular venue for weddings.
Featuring dramatic northern lights photos taken by Alaska’s best night sky photographers.
When I was teaching Alaska Native students, they would tell me how much fun it was to hop ice floes during break-up. Of course, their parents forbade them, but they did it anyway…just as their parents had before them.
Enjoy the Art Cards of beloved Alaska artist Barbara Lavallee.
Alaskan women love to fish! We’re happy to cut and bate hooks and best of all, reel in the fish.
Twelve greeting cards that showcase Alaska’s classic beauty. Photos were taken by Alaska’s top photographers.
Seven greeting cards that showcase the natural beauty of Denali’s wildlife and wilderness. Photos taken by Alaska’s top photographers.
An Eskimo drum is made from caribou skin stretched over a wooden hoop. When beaten with a stick, it is believed that the sound calls up the spirits provides rhythm for the songs and dances.
Native women are sewing harbor sealskin garments which keep hunters warm and dry as they hunt for food and sea mammals on the Arctic coast.
I love to play different patterns off each other! The quilter on the left always reminds me of my youngest sister…perhaps it is the glasses.
Greatland Greeting Note Cards feature landmark photos of Alaska landscape, nature, wildlife, and lifestyle. They are blank inside and come with a white envelope.
Every parent and every child has experienced the joy of spreading his or her arms as wide as possible to show the reach of their love for the other.
One morning, as I shopped at a local fabric store in Anchorage, I was treated to this vision of traditionally dressed Native women selecting the fabrics to make their kuspuks.