Nationally recognized muralist Wyland has painted a mural that is 400 feet in length and five stories in height (on the J.C. ... More
Nationally recognized muralist Wyland has painted a mural that is 400 feet in length and five stories in height (on the J.C. Penney's wall) depicting underwater whales with icebergs floating above them. The scene is particularly Alaskan because of the mountains of ice in the background and the fur seals shown resting on the icebergs. Elsewhere in the U.S., Wyland has painted humpback migrations and scenes of great blue whales (found in Pacific Coast cities along Hwy 101).
Wyland is such a wonderful person! I love that he making our world a better place within the waters and also bringing it to our eyes.. Keep doing what you are doing! Someday you will find a new wall in MILWAUKEE to repaint..
Love from Minnesota, Annette
The Alaska Native Heritage Center is remarkable for its programs, life sized village displays, craft making workstations and friendly, knowledgeable
Alaskan Native staff. This museum presents 11 distinct cultural groups of Alaska within its 26 acres and is a ...
In the heart of the business district in the western part of the city, the inn provides a convenient and
pleasant stay for business travelers. Built in 1917, it survived the 1964 earthquake and displays Anchorage history throughout. Pine ...
One of only 12 nationwide archives of this kind, this building stores extensive records belonging to the Federal government. Holding
more than 50,000 records in the collection in addition to the original federal documents that provided statehood for Alaska, ...