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List of Gallery Walk shows

Posted: Thursday, December 04, 2003

• Ad Lib, 231 S. Franklin St. - Haines artists Donna Catotti and Rob Goldberg will show their latest silkscreened images of animals and scenes. Tom Locher will play the keyboard Friday night, Dec. 5.

• Alaska Photo Arts Association show, 127 S. Franklin St. - Greg Bledsoe, Lisa Eagan, Barbara Kelly, Iris Korhonen, Michael Penn, Ken Prevette, John Schnell and Jason Soza - all members of the APAA - will be showing their photographs on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 5-6.

• Alaska State Museum, 395 Whittier St. - reception to celebrate the opening of "Collecting Alaska: Recent Acquisitions," art and artifacts collected over the last decade. Opens 4:30-6:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5, and runs through April 17, 2004.

• Annie Kaill's, 244 Front St. - Sitka's Sandra Greba, watercolors; Wrangell's Brenda Schwartz, antique navigational charts with watercolors; Juneau's Karen Beason, nature prints on handmade paper, three-dimensional hand-cast paper sealife sculptures; Carlie Ferland, jeweler/beads and pearls; Pat Costello, photographer.

• Cha for the finest, 289 S. Franklin St. - featuring Cha, ivory and glass; David Mirabile, bladesmith, Bruce Shingledecker, new paintings, "Dawn" and "Suddenly," plus prints and reproduced miniatures; John Stoll, new prints and originals; John Svenson, watercolors and glass; and Jacque and Mary Regat, bronze animals.

• Fire & Ice, 495 S. Franklin St. - featuring Fairbanks artist Nikki Kinne, original watercolors, landscapes, miniatures and still-lifes; Kwiat, diamond jewelry; Brent Keeney, abstract and scenic photography and jewelry.

• Galligaskins, 219 S. Franklin St. - featuring Stacie Varner, creator of Glacier Smoothie soaps and lotions, on Friday night, Dec. 5.

• Hearthside Books, 254 Front St. - book signing with Juneau naturalist Robert Armstrong, writer of comprehensive guides to Alaska birds, including "Guide to the Birds of Alaska" and "Alaska Bird Calendar 2004."

• Juneau Artists Gallery, 175 S. Franklin St., suite 111 - Juneau stone jeweler Eileen Jones is one of the newest members of the Juneau Artists Gallery, a cooperative of 25 local artists who display artwork year-round on the main floor of the Senate Building. The JAG shop is open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. every day through Christmas and is operated by the artists themselves.

Jones has lived in Juneau since 1972, after moving from Butte, Mont. She cuts and polishes gemstone cabochons from stones and fossils, some from Prince of Wales Island. She uses traditional silversmith techniques to fabricate her settings.

• Other JAG artists who will be showing work include: Dianne Anderson, etching and collages; Patti Baumgartner, ceramics; Ella Johnson Bentley, beadwork and jewelry; Karen Blue, pottery; Jean Boch, pottery; Phyllice Bradner, etchings and Giclée prints; Laurie Ferguson Craig, etchings; Noelle Derse, photo emulsion transfers; Charlie Detjen, Pysanky eggs; Seely Hall, drawings; Stephnie Hall, watercolors and quilts; Jack Hermle, photography; Karen Housley, bead and wire jewelry; Rowan Law, metal jewelry; Merridy Magnusson, photography; Robyn Marriot, art glass and jewelry; Nell McConahey, jewelry and stained glass; Leanne Pilcher, etchings and relief prints; David Riccio, etchings and batiks; Gary Smith, watercolors; Jane Terry, pottery; Mark Vinsel, watercolors and inks; and Paula Wright, oil paintings.

• Juneau-Douglas City Museum, 114 W. Fourth St. - Native Arts and Crafts Fair, 4-8 p.m., Friday, Dec. 5, local artists will demonstrate, display, and sell a variety of Native artworks.

• Pioneer Jewelers, 428 S. Franklin St. - featuring original oil paintings by Bill C. Ray, Lladro, Swarovski, C. Alan Johnson, Hummel, Jones Glass, Kurt McVey and Kabana.

• Raven's Journey, 435 S. Franklin St. - featuring Tlingit master carver Wayne Price, Raven mask, carved hat, limited-edition prints, silver and gold jewelry; Tsimshian artist Heber Reese, four new masks; Haines artist Debi Knight Kennedy, ivory carvings, gold jewelry and new doll piece; Juneau carvers Charles Abbott, Jim Marks and Ray Watkins, new work and miniature masks; Levi Tepton, new work.

• Rie Muñoz Gallery, 2101 Jordan Ave. - featuring Dale DeArmond, wood blocks of legends, animals and cultures; and Rie Muñoz, original artwork, field and composite sketches and three new lithographs.

• Southeast Artworks, Nugget Mall - Herb Bonnet, two new prints, "The Rapids" and "ETA Juneau 4:15," plus Canvas Edition art; Ed Mills, new releases on canvas; JoAnn George, new prints; Keith Greba, new Giclée prints; Dick Zagars, originals and prints; Detlef Buettner, life-size fish painter; John Hyde, wildlife photographer; Lana West, pastel aviation prints.

• Student Art Gallery Walk show, Fourth and Harris streets - 5-7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 5, refreshments served, crafts for sale.

• Studio 154, 154 S. Franklin St. - opens 4:30 p.m. Friday, features Chris Beanes, Jennifer Dickinson and Tim Inklebarger.

• Valentine's Coffee House, 111 Seward St. - Reception for Juneau artist Jim Fowler and his new landscapes from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5. Guitarist Dan Hopson plays from 6 to 9 p.m.

• Ad Lib, 231 S. Franklin St. - Haines artists Donna Catotti and Rob Goldberg will show their latest silkscreened images of animals and scenes. Tom Locher will play the keyboard Friday night, Dec. 5.

• Alaska Photo Arts Association show, 127 S. Franklin St. - Greg Bledsoe, Lisa Eagan, Barbara Kelly, Iris Korhonen, Michael Penn, Ken Prevette, John Schnell and Jason Soza - all members of the APAA - will be showing their photographs on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 5-6.

• Alaska State Museum, 395 Whittier St. - reception to celebrate the opening of "Collecting Alaska: Recent Acquisitions," art and artifacts collected over the last decade. Opens 4:30-6:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5, and runs through April 17, 2004.

• Annie Kaill's, 244 Front St. - Sitka's Sandra Greba, watercolors; Wrangell's Brenda Schwartz, antique navigational charts with watercolors; Juneau's Karen Beason, nature prints on handmade paper, three-dimensional hand-cast paper sealife sculptures; Carlie Ferland, jeweler/beads and pearls; Pat Costello, photographer.

• Cha for the finest, 289 S. Franklin St. - featuring Cha, ivory and glass; David Mirabile, bladesmith, Bruce Shingledecker, new paintings, "Dawn" and "Suddenly," plus prints and reproduced miniatures; John Stoll, new prints and originals; John Svenson, watercolors and glass; and Jacque and Mary Regat, bronze animals.

• Fire & Ice, 495 S. Franklin St. - featuring Fairbanks artist Nikki Kinne, original watercolors, landscapes, miniatures and still-lifes; Kwiat, diamond jewelry; Brent Keeney, abstract and scenic photography and jewelry.

• Galligaskins, 219 S. Franklin St. - featuring Stacie Varner, creator of Glacier Smoothie soaps and lotions, on Friday night, Dec. 5.

• Hearthside Books, 254 Front St. - book signing with Juneau naturalist Robert Armstrong, writer of comprehensive guides to Alaska birds, including "Guide to the Birds of Alaska" and "Alaska Bird Calendar 2004."

• Juneau Artists Gallery, 175 S. Franklin St., suite 111 - Juneau stone jeweler Eileen Jones is one of the newest members of the Juneau Artists Gallery, a cooperative of 25 local artists who display artwork year-round on the main floor of the Senate Building. The JAG shop is open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. every day through Christmas and is operated by the artists themselves.

Jones has lived in Juneau since 1972, after moving from Butte, Mont. She cuts and polishes gemstone cabochons from stones and fossils, some from Prince of Wales Island. She uses traditional silversmith techniques to fabricate her settings.

• Other JAG artists who will be showing work include: Dianne Anderson, etching and collages; Patti Baumgartner, ceramics; Ella Johnson Bentley, beadwork and jewelry; Karen Blue, pottery; Jean Boch, pottery; Phyllice Bradner, etchings and Giclée prints; Laurie Ferguson Craig, etchings; Noelle Derse, photo emulsion transfers; Charlie Detjen, Pysanky eggs; Seely Hall, drawings; Stephnie Hall, watercolors and quilts; Jack Hermle, photography; Karen Housley, bead and wire jewelry; Rowan Law, metal jewelry; Merridy Magnusson, photography; Robyn Marriot, art glass and jewelry; Nell McConahey, jewelry and stained glass; Leanne Pilcher, etchings and relief prints; David Riccio, etchings and batiks; Gary Smith, watercolors; Jane Terry, pottery; Mark Vinsel, watercolors and inks; and Paula Wright, oil paintings.

• Juneau-Douglas City Museum, 114 W. Fourth St. - Native Arts and Crafts Fair, 4-8 p.m., Friday, Dec. 5, local artists will demonstrate, display, and sell a variety of Native artworks.

• Pioneer Jewelers, 428 S. Franklin St. - featuring original oil paintings by Bill C. Ray, Lladro, Swarovski, C. Alan Johnson, Hummel, Jones Glass, Kurt McVey and Kabana.

• Raven's Journey, 435 S. Franklin St. - featuring Tlingit master carver Wayne Price, Raven mask, carved hat, limited-edition prints, silver and gold jewelry; Tsimshian artist Heber Reese, four new masks; Haines artist Debi Knight Kennedy, ivory carvings, gold jewelry and new doll piece; Juneau carvers Charles Abbott, Jim Marks and Ray Watkins, new work and miniature masks; Levi Tepton, new work.

• Rie Muñoz Gallery, 2101 Jordan Ave. - featuring Dale DeArmond, wood blocks of legends, animals and cultures; and Rie Muñoz, original artwork, field and composite sketches and three new lithographs.

• Southeast Artworks, Nugget Mall - Herb Bonnet, two new prints, "The Rapids" and "ETA Juneau 4:15," plus Canvas Edition art; Ed Mills, new releases on canvas; JoAnn George, new prints; Keith Greba, new Giclée prints; Dick Zagars, originals and prints; Detlef Buettner, life-size fish painter; John Hyde, wildlife photographer; Lana West, pastel aviation prints.

• Student Art Gallery Walk show, Fourth and Harris streets - 5-7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 5, refreshments served, crafts for sale.

• Studio 154, 154 S. Franklin St. - opens 4:30 p.m. Friday, features Chris Beanes, Jennifer Dickinson and Tim Inklebarger.

• Valentine's Coffee House, 111 Seward St. - Reception for Juneau artist Jim Fowler and his new landscapes from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5. Guitarist Dan Hopson plays from 6 to 9 p.m.



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