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Head Full of Frames

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Head Full of Frames

A couple years ago I saw the band Coldplay live in Portland on their "Head Full of Dreams" World Tour (get it? like head full of dreams but head full of frames instead? I know, I know...I promise that's the only pun in here!) I decided to pick up a concert poster while I was there because I liked the design of it. Aren't concert posters the best?! They are usually pretty cool designs (if you liked the band enough to go see a concert, at least), they remind you of a wonderful time you had, and they cost like $20! If you...

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The Art of Kraft: Artist Spotlight on Margie Kraft

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The Art of Kraft: Artist Spotlight on Margie Kraft

In preparation for the upcoming (and brand new!) Artober Art Walk, we chatted with our featured artist, Ketchikan's Margie Kraft. Margie is busy working on new original pieces to debut during the art walk, and we loved the opportunity to learn more about her work and what inspires her colorful painted paper collages. First of all- here's Margie! Everyone say, "Hi, Margie!" A self taught artist, Margie remembers that she was always doodling throughout her childhood. Growing up with artists in her family and an aunt who owned a screen printing shop, she doesn't remember a time when she wasn't making artwork...

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Art Print 101: The Anomaly of The "Original Print"

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Art Print 101: The Anomaly of The "Original Print"

Artwork is often defined as either an "original" or a "print." But what about an "original print"? In this post, we explain how an original print works and how you can tell whether or not a piece is an original print or a reproduction.

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Uncharted Territory: Framing An Antique Map & Nautical Chart Collection

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Uncharted Territory: Framing An Antique Map & Nautical Chart Collection

We recently had the pleasure of framing a local Ketchikan man’s collection of rare and antique maps and nautical charts. Framing the charts was a matter not just of style or decoration but also of conservation and preservation for these fragile pieces of Alaskan history.

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Artist Spotlight: Remembering Artist Richard Weathermon

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Artist Spotlight: Remembering Artist Richard Weathermon

Remembering artist Richard Weathermon whose original oil paintings of Southeast Alaska reflected his love of travel, fishing, and the Pacific Northwest

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