Alaskan gifts & art • Large selection of originals and prints by well-known Alaskan and Homer artists • Carved ivory and bone by Alaska Natives • Glass, pottery, jewelry and handmade ornaments • Alaskan artist summer series • Online shopping
Innovative art of exceptional quality in all media: solo and group exhibits, artist talks, concerts, screenings, workshops, Artist in Schools, Artist in Residence. A nonprofit with a national reputation for excellence presenting a delightful selection of handmade items for sale.
Diamond Ridge Art Studio is a gallery and working studio owned by Homer artist Olga Amaral. It specializes in quality fine art and gifts created by local artists. From paintings to wearable art, artists represent works that evoke the natural beauty of Alaska and especially the Homer area.
Artwork by Alaskans. Paintings, photography, jewelry, carvings, metal, ceramics, glass, ulus, wooden bowls, antique dolls, wearables and a vintage corner. Kachemak Bay Watercolor Society’s home.
Providing opportunities for everyone in our community to experience and participate in the arts. Monthly gallery exhibits featuring local artists, including youth and children; gallery concerts; youth and adult classes and workshops; artisan fairs; and big stage shows with local, national, and international performers.
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Help us celebrate our 25th year in business and experience a mixture of traditional and contemporary Alaskan art including fossil whalebone and walrus ivory sculpture; and Bering Sea Designs jewelry, featuring pieces made from mammoth tooth, fossil ivories, natural stones and shell.
Explore organic forms inspired by Homer’s surrounding beauty at Jars of Clay Pottery, featuring a partnership with Ruby Haigh and the emerging artists she mentors including Rachel Bultman and Tara Schmidt.
Our craft gallery promotes the Alaskan artists, materials and craft methods behind our exclusively Alaskan knives, ulus, masks, jewelry, carvings, art and natural objects collected and crafted by the hands of Alaska.
Nationally-recognized regional museum dedicated to the art, science and culture of Kachemak Bay. Featuring contemporary art, interactive displays, permanent and outdoor exhibits, seasonal remote wildlife cams, marina aquaria, a botanical garden, forest ecology trail, original pioneer cabin and Museum Store.
Open since 1984, Homer’s artist cooperative gallery features 40 artists creating work in all media. The Backroom Gallery presents monthly exhibits and Ptarmigan awards annual arts scholarships to young artists.
Ahna Iredale of Rare Bird Pottery Studio works in porcelain and stoneware clay. Fish and other organic designs are enhanced by local spruce ash glaze. Rare Bird Pottery Studio, 2015 Bay Ridge, open daily by appointment, (907) 235-7687. Homer Clayworks features work by four local potters.
A fun, colorful and eclectic gallery started in 1993 by Homer artists Gary and Terri Lyon. Also exhibiting are Alaskan fine artists including Birdsall, Lavalee, Morreira, Regats and others. Sea Lion Gallery also features a great collection of carvings and baskets from the indigenous people of Alaska.