Moses Tulim is an artist born and raised in Chevak. He grew up working with his hands, and over time used his skills to create art. His artwork includes sculptures and carvings that are based on traditional stories and legends, the natural world of the YK Delta, and his own creativity. He also makes traditional [...]
Weaver Theresa Frank lives in Bethel. She works dyed grass into things like dolls, earrings and baskets, and has pieces in major collections around the state of Alaska.
Springer was born in Hooper Bay, Alaska. She comes from a family of 8 with very artistic ancestry. Taught by her grandmothers, Natalia Smith (late) and Helen H. Smith, and mother, Theresa Moses Sr. (late), she creates fur hats, purses, dolls, story knives, and earrings.
Mrs. Andrew is from Tunt and travels to every Saturday Market to showcase her well-crafted items. She mostly works with fur, making slippers, boots, parkas, and hats. Doll-making is also a featuere of her family’s crafts.
Murchison was born in Buffalo, NY and has lived in Bethel now for 5 years. She has a degree in in fine arts and has learned to bead here in Bethel. And she loves it! Murchison makes beaded items such as earrings, bracelets, necklaces, hair pins and sticks, key chains, gloves, checkbook covers, sun catchers, [...]
Artist and Co-founder of the Art Guild of the YK, Athanas works include batik, crafts, and pottery.