This category lists sites about artists and local places that sell art. This includes both stores and other art-selling venues, such as regular weekend art shows in public parks.

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Alaskan Treasures
Bronze works and carved ivory and baleen jewelry that reflects on Alaska Native cultural heritage by Darlene Carol Lind. Provides photo examples of her work.
Art Shop Gallery
Originals, limited edition prints and posters, event calendar, native crafts and ivory, pottery, glass, and jewelry. List of featured artists and contact information.
Bits of Alaska
Hand crafted Alaskan jewelry and carvings by Peter and Susan Lind.
The Brad Hughes Art Gallery
Galleries, private school of art information, biography, interests, and sales policy.
The Bunnell Street Center
A non-profit organization established to foster the arts.
Fireweed Gallery
Paintings and drawings, pottery, and sculpture. Featured artists, calendar, and newsletter, and contact information.
INUA: The Spirit of Alaska
Jewelry, carvings, baskets, totem poles, hides, dolls, and masks from notable Alaskan artists.
Klaar Originals
The galleries of Jens (a multi-media artist working in watercolor, acrylic, collage, and jewelry making) and Leslie Klaar (creator of knives made of antlers and other natural materials). Provides galleries and prices.
The Sea Lion Fine Art Gallery
Gallery owned by Homer artists Gary and Terri Lyon. Also exhibiting Alaskan artists Byron Birdsall, Barbara Lavalee, Karla Morreira, the Regats, Marianne Wieland, and Nancy Yaki.
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