Barbara Lavallee and Alice Tersteeg—November First Friday, November 6, 2020
Barbara Lavallee’s whimsical paintings depicting Alaskan life have made her one of the most celebrated artists in the state. In addition to her beautiful prints, she has also illustrated several children’s books, including the incredibly popular bestseller, “Mama Do You Love Me?” For the event, we will be taking orders for personalization of books, calendars, and prints. Barbara will also be sending several new original paintings.
Alice Tersteeg is a longtime Juneau artist working in multiple mediums. Alice Tersteeg has been painting and studying Alaskan wildlife and habitats since her arrival in Alaska in 1973. She has interpreted wildlife and in many media including oils, watercolors, serigraphs, etchings, relief prints, pastels and various combinations. Alice will have several new original paintings ready for her exhibition.
The opening reception will take place on Friday, November 6, beginning at 4:30 pm. Now that Annie Kaill’s is open, you’re invited to view the show in-person viewing, and we are also hosing an online exhibition and “virtual First Friday.” New work will be posted on our Facebook and Instagram pages.
Constance Baltuck —December First Friday Gallery Walk, December 4, 2020
December First Friday is Gallery Walk, downtown Juneau’s biggest event of the year! Enjoy guest artists, snacks, and socializing throughout downtown and most of the shops and galleries will be staying open late for the event.
Our December 2020 featured artist will be on hand for the Gallery Walk show opening!
Constance Baltuck is a local artist who will be showing her latest original paintings. Constance's work can be broadly defined as modern or abstract: Her work is colorful and sometimes fanciful; though it is anchored in reality, it isn’t restricted by it. Most of her paintings are begun outdoors and then completed in her studio. Constance’s work has not been reproduced in prints; all her paintings are original and unique works of art.
Gallery Walk will take place on Friday, December 4, from 4–9 pm. Now that Annie Kaill’s is open, you’re invited to view the show in-person viewing, and we are also hosing an online exhibition and “virtual First Friday.” New work will be posted on our Facebook and Instagram pages.
This list is tentative and is regularly updated, so stay tuned for any additions or changes. To be alerted to upcoming events by email, we invite you to join our email list.