About Alaska Native Art
From the Federal Trade Commission, a guide to identifying genuine Alaskan Native art.
Alaska Antler Art
Cherie & Bob Clark offer a wide variety of items, from buttons and fireplace sets to spirit sticks and carvings.
Alaska Antler Works
Unique antler gifts including scrimshaw antler cribbage boards and antler carvings, as well as a large photo gallery of shed hunting and other Alaska adventures.
Jill Choate Basketry
Based in Trapper Creek, Jill creates a wide variety of baskets, often incorporating antlers into the designs.
Dancing Man Knives & Ulus
Living in Homer, Maynard Linder began crafting authentic, hand-made ulus in 1990, and by 1997 he left a successful Journeyman Carpentry career to make knives and ulus full-time.
Based in Tok, this bronze art sculptor specializes in Alaska wildlife.
Sidney Laurence (1865-1940)
A beautifully-illustrated look at the life of Alaska's premier classic painter.
This large site has a biography and many illustrations of Muñoz' colourful prints of Alaska's people.
Living in Palmer, Gail is best known for her unique style of painting Alaskan scenes with "dots" (known as pointillism).
Marvin Oliver Gallery
Oliver combines traditional Northwest coast designs with modern techniques; the galleries are in Seattle and
Located in Anchorage, the co-op supplies hand-knitted items made from qiviut, the exquisite underwool from musk oxen.
Living at Dutch Harbor, Reid uses watercolours to express her love of the Aleutian Islands.
Living in Fairbanks, Topmiller is a poet and Alaskan storyteller who has regular performances.