SEPTEMBER 2022 EXHIBITS
Art Shop Gallery
Open 11-5 Monday through Saturday and Sunday 11-4
Beyond the Alaskan Borders
On exhibit in September is work from 4 different Homer Photographers including Taz Tally, Chris & Carol Beverly, and Laural Sabin. Each artist is very unique in their styles, showing their photographs from other parts of the world - outside of Alaska.
For more information, visit ArtShopGallery.com
Bunnell Street Arts Center
Open Monday- Saturday 11-5, Sunday noon-4
Bunnell Street Arts Gallery in September will present
Erin Ggaadimits Ivalu Gingrich
The Allaŋŋuq (Change) project will create a new body of work and online exhibition centered around the concepts of change, adaptation and transformation in the natural world/environment/wild relatives/beings here in Alaska as represented by carved, painted and beaded mask/ sculptural forms. Featuring dual representations and transformations, some of the beings and their processes of transformation include Sandhill cranes, Berries, Salmon, Seals, Arctic Fox, Ptarmigan, weasel, Caribou, Tundra moths/butterfly, long tailed duck, and snowshoe hare. For more information, visit BunnellArts.org
The Dean Gallery
Open Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday 1-5 pm and by appointment. September exhibit details TBD
The Dean Gallery features a broad selection of local contemporary art, from sizeable focal point metal and wood wall art to bronze and wood sculptures, carved wood panels, and specialty prints on wood, metal, and paper. You’ll also find a variety of art gift items, including greeting cards and stickers.
Diamond Ridge Art Studio
Diamond Ridge Art Studio is open on the Homer Shores Boardwalk (on the Homer Spit), specializing in fine art by local artists and unique gifts from Alaska. For more information and hours of operation, visit DiamondRidgeArt.com.
Open Mon-Sat 10 to 6
Fireweed Gallery's September exhibit will be announced on their website at a later date. The gallery features art by Alaskans--paintings, sculpture, jewelry, metal art, wearable art, glass, indigenous works and more. It is also the home of the Kachemak Bay Watercolor Society. For more information, visit FireweedGallery.com.
Homer Art & Frame
Open Mon-Fri 10 to 6, Sat.10:30-5:30
Visiting Polish artists Jolanta Surma (macramé) and Tadeusz Pieta (basketmaking) will display their work in a gallery exhibit at Homer Art & Frame in September.
Jolanta is an award-winning expert in the field of artistic weaving.
A worldwide exhibitor, Tadeusz has 20 years experience as a basket artist specializing in willow.
These two artists will be offering workshops during their stay. Details can be found here: MACRAME / BASKETMAKING.
Homer Council on the Arts
Open Monday through Saturday, 1-5pm.
The September exhibit at Homer Council on the Arts is all about local talent! Homer Council on the Arts is highlighting the artists and makers of our community in our annual Member Showcase. Stop by the gallery during First Friday on September 3 from 5-7pm. Visit homerart.org for more info about the exhibit, our class and workshop offerings, studio tours, events, and more.
Pratt Museum & Park
On exhibit in the Pratt Museum's downstairs gallery during the Alaska World Arts Festival is Universal Connections: Bringing Us Together, a mix of photographs from around the world curated by Sarah Borgen. The opening for this exhibit is Friday, September 2, from 4-6 pm and will be up during the month of September. Explore the art, culture, and science of the Kachemak Bay region at the award-winning Pratt Museum and Park. Special and permanent exhibits, historic Harrington Cabin, botanic gardens, and forest trails. Located at 3779 Bartlett Street in the heart of Homer. This exhibit is curated by Sarah Borgen. Visit us HERE for event details, current hours, and more.
Open 7-days/week 10 am - 6 pm
This exceptional art gallery has existed in Homer, Alaska on Pioneer Avenue since 1984. Now a cooperative owned and operated by its member artists, this year-round gallery carries quality local artwork and handcrafted items including original watercolor and acrylic paintings, pottery, fine woodworking, jewelry, sculpture, metalwork, fiber/wearable arts, stained and fused glass, photography, Alaskan fine art prints, and cards. Not only do our artists create and sell their work at Ptarmigan Arts — they also staff the gallery, providing our customers and visitors with expert knowledge of the artwork. Sept. Exhibit: TBD. Check for updates at www.ptarmiganarts.com
Sea Lion Art
Open 11-6, Sun-Fri, 11-8, Sat
Open on the Homer Spit. Visit us to see our excellent selection of Native and Alaskan Art. For more information, visit SeaLionArt.com.
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