Beginning in 1989, each year dozens of international teams work feverishly for 48-hours to turn blocks of ice into a work of ... More
Crystal Gallery of Ice
Beginning in 1989, each year dozens of international teams work feverishly for 48-hours to turn blocks of ice into a work of art. Using chainsaws, chisels and other tools, the sculptors are fascinating to watch and always draw a large crowd. Only skill and time limit the artists who produce a wide variety of pieces from life-size wildlife, angels or architectural designs. Be sure to check out the sculptures at night as they are lit up by colored lights that reflect through the ice. There is no admission charge.
Tucked into the building where Simon's & Seafort's Saloon & Grill is located, this varied and colorful gallery holds many
treasures. Friday's gala events of artist shows lend opportunities to meet artists. Or, stop in for a bit of ...
As the largest art gallery in Anchorage, this establishment carries works by Bateman, Brenders, Lyman, Smith, Tussey, Machetanz and more.
It also houses an enormous selection of works by Bev Doolittle, an artist known for hiding images within her ...
The main attraction at this multi galleried museum is the Alaska Gallery with more than 1,000 pieces of history, artwork
and photography by Alaskans. Five other galleries are housed in the downtown area museum, showcasing a variety of temporary ...