Tag Archives: Juneau
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5T7TybILNE] This is an amazing program with such talented individuals. I had the privilege of teaching here while living in Juneau. This video melts my heart!
I guess moving from Juneau, Alaska to Washington, D.C. is exhausting. I didn’t think so during the actual flights and drive, but the fact that I’m still reflecting and adjusting means it’s not complete yet. I’m pretty sure I’ve forgotten … Continue reading
Thanks to my friend Sherri, I have some photos of my exhibit! I think this was the first opening I’ve had long distance. I’m so thankful that friends stopped in to check it out despite an avalanche!!!!!!!!!!! The staff at … Continue reading
I finished my art invitation and got my press release out today! A collection of recent works in marble dust by Juneau artist Karen Suderman. Entitled “Holding onto Juneau,” the works are atmospheric and ab-stract representations of Juneau’s myriad landscapes.
Karen Suderman, statement Holding onto Juneau It’s been more than a year now since my husband and I arrived in Juneau. As a constant observer of details in nature, I feel taken back by the grandeur of it all. How … Continue reading
Hit the JACC Putt opened on December 26th! In collaboration with artist Sarah Conarro and REACH artists and staff we created hole #5, “You Are Here.” The detail and work that the REACH artists put into every arrow and pointer is fantastic. The “hole” is Juneau and the ball comes out at “The Canvas.” Some of my favorites details are the freehand images on the Alaska platform including a kayaker, black and polar bears, and stars.
We did it. We found the perfect tree, carried it home, somehow made it stand up straight, and adorned it with homemade decorations.
I’m excited about having a white Christmas. I think the odds are in my favor. Continue reading
The Juneau Homeless Coalition is awesome. I designed this year’s calendar for the United Way of Juneau. The photographers and participants are having an opening tomorrow night at the Glory Hole. I was impressed by Juneau’s photographers that donated their time and heart to the project. I also learned a lot about psd’s. Probably more than I would like to know… Continue reading