See the rare Byron Birdsall stone lithographs from the 80s and admire the ceramic pieces created by artist Robin McLane. ... More
Aurora Fine Arts Gallery
See the rare Byron Birdsall stone lithographs from the 80s and admire the ceramic pieces created by artist Robin McLane. Check out the variety of Alaskan wildlife art by Donna Gates King and Ed Tussey. See the selection of pastel originals by Guitta Corey, then browse through a variety of modern artwork and in contrast, the Native masks created by Lester Newell. This gallery has a huge selection with 90 percent of it being Alaskan art.
The beauty of the gallery called to me from the sidewalk and the moment I stepped in I was greeted by the friendliest and most knowledgeable staff I have ever encountered. They were able to tell me about the meaning of the art pieces as well as information about the artists themselves. The packed up my piece for carry-on travel in a flash - I could have drop-kicked the box and it still would have been fine it was wrapped so well! I look forward to my next trip to Anchorage - Aurora Fine Art is the first place to go on my list!
This monument was erected in 1990 to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the arrival of residents into the Anchorage area.
Beginning with the 1915 settlement of Tent City (in the Ship Creek area several blocks from this monument), this ...
In the heart of downtown, Myron Rosenberg's gallery is chock full of photographs so beautiful and varied, they might cause
you to forget your schedule. This internationally known photographer balances insight, humor and respect, while capturing Mt. McKinley and ...
Located in both the Hotel Captain Cook (with extended evening hours) and the Fifth Avenue Mall (call for hours), this
Gallery opened in 1977. Artists featured are Charles Gause (with panoramic Alaskan scenes) and Rie Munoz (known for stylized ...