JULY 2017: “Parsing Jabberwocky: Coherent Nonsense” by Cameron Vance

My paintings remind me of one of my favorite poems: Jabberwocky, by Lewis Carroll. The poem is whimsical and fun nonsense, with a touch of darkness. It follows formal rules of syntax, meter, rhyme and structure, and even more or less narrates a classic hero’s tale. It is nonsense, but

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Kaleidoscope Eyes

The JAHC welcomes three local Juneau artists and their joint exhibition “Kaleidoscope Eyes”, opening March 3 at 4:30PM in the JAHC Gallery. The artists have submitted this poem as a collaborative artist statement: With kaleidoscope eyes  shapeshifters escape artists,    unlearn how the light gets in optic verve, taking chances, eyes wide 

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Donna Catotti: “Keeping the Tradition”

“Keeping the Tradition,” oil paintings by Haines artist Donna Catotti, is available for viewing from Friday, September 2, 2016 to Sunday, October 2, 2016 during normal Gallery hours. Please not that occasionally the Gallery is rented for private conferences and may be unavailable temporarily. Artist Statement As a young child,

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Margo Connolly-Masson, paintings and Katie Craney, mixed media, 4:30pm Opening

Margo Connolly-Masson Bio   Katie Craney Bio

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George Grey, mixed media

Artist Statement George Grey is a mixed-media artist working with india inks, marker, watercolor, colored pencil, and graphite – among other mediums.  George is an abstract artist, exploring the mediums independent of a defined reference image and seeming to be motivated by the movement of the medium on the surface

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