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Ketchikan artist explores new medium for SLAM

KETCHIKAN - Ketchikan artist Evon Zerbetz is one of three people selected to create art for the new State Library Archive Museum under construction in Juneau...
Ratfish is named after Ketchikan artist Ray Troll

KETCHIKAN - Ketchikan artist and fish enthusiast Ray Troll has achieved immortality in the world of ichthyology. A ratfish species found in the waters off...
Artist prepares last gallery show

KETCHIKAN - A Ketchikan artist and former gallery owner is getting ready for her last gallery show at Main Street Gallery.Diane Naab's show, titled "Muse...
Final Fireside Lecture celebrates new salmon exhibit

...Gulick's talk will explain how the exhibit came together. It includes a background designed by well-known Ketchikan artist Ray Troll, and highlights the idea of interconnectedness expressed in Gulick's book, "Salmon in the Trees...
Zombies, bats and foxes

...student. Colored pencil drawing workshop with Ray TrollOver at the Douglas Library, also at 1 p.m. Saturday, Ketchikan artist Ray Troll will be leading a drawing workshop as well. (It's not Halloween related, but he does have some creepy...
Learning with (and about) sharks

Ten years ago, when his son, Patrick, was learning his ABCs, Ketchikan artist Ray Troll dreamed up the idea for a children's book that combined the alphabet with the five-gilled, cartilaginous dwellers...
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Ketchikan artist recreates Rockwell approach

KETCHIKAN - Jeff Fitzwater explored small-town images, familiar characters and the art of compositing photographs for his Main Street Gallery solo exhibit, "A Rockwellian Ketchikan.
Ketchikan artist explores new twist on Native art

Ketchikan-based artist Stron Softi tries to create work that can speak beyond itself.
Ketchikan man to teach the art of book illustration

Every picture tells a story, and artist David Rubin is offering the stories behind the pictures. The Ketchikan artist's vivid oil paintings illustrate the children's book ``Kitaq Goes Ice Fishing,'' published last year by Alaska Northwest...
New Ray Troll book infested with sharks

...Prehistoric sharks big enough to eat whales and diabolical little sharks that lure predators and then chomp on them. The Ketchikan artist and author has created an alphabetical romp through the world of sharks and their kin, living and extinct. "Sharkabet...


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