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Bunnell’s flagship program opens the first Friday of every month with an artist’s reception, lecture, and demonstration workshops which are free and open to the public. A community tradition established by Bunnell Street Art Center in 1991, exhibitions continue to promote education and artistic awareness for the public, networking, exchange and professional development for Alaskan artists. Bunnell’s Visual Art Exhibition Program, has a national profile and has been funded substantially by the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation since 2006.

The Visual Arts Exhibition program is sponsored by art sales, individual donors and local business sponsors.
This year...

Thorey Munro, Online Exhibit and Artist Talk, May 2020

"Sun Rhyme II (Waterhaul), collage, 8"x10" Artist Statement- My work is a conversation with the inner lives of landscapes, bodies, light and time. The collages in “Sea-change” are a conversation with the ever-shifting tidal, seasonal, surreal, and sleep-deprived river landscapes…

Peter Williams- Traditions, Transitions. June Exhibit, 2020.

Peter Williams Artist Statement: Peter Williams (Yup'ik) is an artist, filmmaker, hunter, and designer based in Sitka, Alaska. His work bridges the worlds of fashion and art, tradition and innovation. Peter hunts in the ways taught by his elders, honoring…

Catie Bursch & Charles Aguilar, December Exhibit & Artist Talk, 2020

Catie Bursch- "Water Haul" In the fishing community, a water haul means you went through your net or string of pots and you didn’t get anything but water. This title has more than one meaning for me. During the time…

David Pettibone & Steven Godfrey, July 2020, Exhibit and Zoom Artist Talk

Artist Talk w/ David Pettibone and Steve Godfrey | Friday, Jul 3 at 6pm. Recorded artists talks available in artist's online galleries (see below). David Pettibone "Nature has always been the thread that sews my paintings together. Instead of being…

Atz Kilcher & Deland Anderson, March-April 2020

  Deland Anderson: Rivers are the arteries of Alaska. Some are ancient. Some are brand new. Some are famed waterways. Others are so isolated only wild creatures travel their courses. Some rivers rush from glacier to sea in less than…

Steven Gordon & Anvil Catlin Williamson, August 2020, Exhibit & Artist Talk

Steven Gordon is an Anchorage artist painting the landscape of south central Alaska for the past 35 years in a painterly realist style. He went to Dartmouth college and then earned this MFA from the university of Iowa in 1984…

Hal Gage and Rika Mouw, September 2020, Exhibit and Artist Talk

Work is available for sale in the gallery and at our online store.   Hal Gage Artist Statement: Over eons, glaciers travel from mountain tops in their slow, unrelenting march to the seas. Grinding rock to powder and carving valleys…

Karen Stomberg & Elissa Pettibone, November Exhibit & Artist Talk, 2020

Karen Stomberg Artist Statement: Traces- Kachemak Bay Plants: Chocolate lily, Scouler’s willow, Sitka mountain ash and Bunchberry For the last five years I have been immersed in botanical drawing, acutely conscious of the preciousness of our world, carefully observing and…

“Fragile Domestic,” Amy Meissner, Sonya Kelliher Combs, Keren Lowell, Hollis Mickey, Susan Joy Share, October 2020

We are driven by questions around the fragility of materials and time-based craft, the fragility of unsustainable perfection, the fragility of memory, history and utility. The resulting instinct sloughs all this to reveal a harder, less breakable core. This, we…

Tamara Wilson, February Exhibit and AIR

Artist Talk Tamara Wilson will be an artist in residence from January 15th-31st in preparation for her February exhibit/installation. Join us for her opening on February 7th. “I am inspired by domestic spaces, memories, investigations of how things work, daily…

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