Kodiak Daily Mirror - Art Walk returns for second year
  
Art Walk returns for second year
by Nicole Klauss
Sep 05, 2012 | 106 views | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Kodiakans look at local artwork during the Summers End Art Show, at the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium on Aug. 31. (Nicole Klauss photo)
Kodiakans look at local artwork during the Summers End Art Show, at the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium on Aug. 31. (Nicole Klauss photo)
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Tony Lumpkin helps his two-year-old son Chris with gellatin print making at the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor's Center during the art walk, on Aug. 31. (Nicole Klauss photo)
Tony Lumpkin helps his two-year-old son Chris with gellatin print making at the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor's Center during the art walk, on Aug. 31. (Nicole Klauss photo)
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Mark Stichert looks at art by Alf Pryor and Lexa Meyer at Dead Humpy Gallery, during the art walk on Aug. 31. (Nicole Klauss photo)
Mark Stichert looks at art by Alf Pryor and Lexa Meyer at Dead Humpy Gallery, during the art walk on Aug. 31. (Nicole Klauss photo)
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The Alutiiq Museum put out items from the contemporary collections during the art walk, on Aug. 31. (Nicole Klauss photo)
The Alutiiq Museum put out items from the contemporary collections during the art walk, on Aug. 31. (Nicole Klauss photo)
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Arlene Hood looks at local artwork in the Summers End Art Show, at the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium on Aug. 31. (Nicole Klauss photo)
Arlene Hood looks at local artwork in the Summers End Art Show, at the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium on Aug. 31. (Nicole Klauss photo)
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Nine Kodiak organizations put their best foot forward on Friday during the second annual Summer’s End Art Walk.

Kodiakans were encouraged to walk from the Harborside Fly-By to Slim Jones Ink, taking in exhibits.

While the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitors Center hosted a kid-friendly activity, the Alutiiq Museum pulled out pieces from its contemporary art collection.

Photographer Alf Pryor had his works on display twice — first on the walls of the new Kodiak Island Brewing building, then again at his Dead Humpy Gallery.

The Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium, meanwhile, was packed with works from a variety of artists who shared space on the stage.
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