September 3 - 24, 2021
"Vision of Nature - Two Generations of Wax" Artists Sandy Shepard and Laurel Shepard Kvale celebrate a mother and daughter’s shared love of working with oil and cold wax, encaustic, acrylic, photography, and mixed media.
October 1 - 29, 2021:
Space and Soul Together - A Retrospective
Artist Priscilla Thomas presents a retrospective exhibit: of her early sketches, through the addition of color, loosened strokes and broken lines, and finally, adding texture. Each piece celebrates her love for space exploration and the relationship between art and science.
November 5 - 24, 2021:
Mycelium, Earth’s Grid
Artist Mary Ida Henrikson is excited to share new techniques she has been exploring. In her exhibition of vibrant oil paintings Mary celebrates Mycelium with it’s tendrils woven underground and into the forest.
December 3 - 10, 2021:
Youth in Art
Youth artists in the Ketchikan area display their most recent works in a professional setting.
January 5 - 28, 2022:
Kaxátjaashaa: Herring Rock Woman
View the Lingít dance robes designed by artist Jennifer Younger that depict the beautiful story of the Herring Rock Woman. The first person to call the Yaaw, the herring to Sitka, Alaska.
March 4 - 25, 2022:
Learning Through Teaching
Using local weaving techniques, artist Stacey Williams creates an interactive exhibit, illustrating the transformation of raw materials into exquisite works of art. This exhibit encourages
all ages to learn about the Native weaving practices of
April 1 - 29, 2022:
Artist Dawn Ritchie Rauwolf makes her solo exhibit debut expressing her colorful, zany, heartfelt, and solid style in this exhibit of unique mosaics and cement sculptures.
May 6 - 27, 2022:
Foster Love | Foster Care
Artist Carmel Anderson and Ketchikan Indian Community present a collaborative exhibit that uses the power of art to explore the challenges and triumphs of foster care.