Ketchikan is home to a large and diverse population of artists who find inspiration in the scenic beauty, flora and fauna and the historic and cultural attributes of our town. More than 350 of our local residents are registered artists and their work can be seen everywhere from on piling caps around the promenade to in the shops and galleries in town.

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First City Players

First City Players is a non-profit community organization dedicated to promoting and developing lifelong artists and audiences in the greater Ketchikan community and brings them together for dynamic and meaningful experiences in the performing arts.

Scanlon Gallery & Custom Framing

Ketchikan's premier art gallery since 1972. Home of the largest selection of Alaskan artists, Originals, Prints, Wall Art, Pottery, Sculptures, Hand-Crafted Jewelry & Gifts. Locally owned and operated year round. Located under the Ketchikan Welcome A

Alaska Fine Art

Featuring Master Sculptor Eddie Lee. Locally owned & operated.

Ketchikan Area Arts & Humanities Council

The Ketchikan Area Arts & Humanities Council is a member-based non-profit organization that has been providing exceptional arts experiences and opportunities since 1953. Featuring local artists & annual events like the Blueberry Arts Festival.

Alaska Eagle Arts

Alaska Eagle Arts owned and operated by Brigette Ellis began in Ketchikan Alaska in 1986. The intention with the art business was the exclusive representation of Native American artists, Marvin Oliver. He was a multifaceted artist and professor.

Starboard Frames and Gifts

A full-service custom picture framing shop and gallery with an emphasis on local art and artists. Our new downtown location allows greater exposure for our artists as well as accessibility for our year-round framing customers.

Fish Creek Company

Fish Creek Company offers many unique items from Hamilton's photographs to Alaskan Native Silver and Gold Jewelry, Fossil Mammoth Jewelry, Walrus Ivory Jewelry, Whalebone, and Alaskan Ivory Carvings, Alaskan Native Art Prints, Alaskan Totem Poles...

US DOI/Indian Arts and Crafts Board

Buy American – Support Authentic Alaska Native Art. The Indian Arts and Crafts Board (IACB), U.S. Department of the Interior promotes the economic development of federally recognized Alaska Natives and American Indians (Indians) through the expansion

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Arctic Spirit Gallery

Alaskan & Northwest Coast Native Art Gallery: Totem poles, masks, argillite carvings, scrimshaw, bentwood boxes, baleen, cedar & seagrass baskets, whale bone & walrus ivory carvings. Locally owned, open year round & located under the welcome arch.

The Soho Coho

A contemporary art and craft gallery featuring local artists and natural history items. Located on Creek Street, the Soho Coho is also planetary headquarters of Ketchikan artist Ray Troll.

  1. First City Players

    First City Players is a non-profit community organization dedicated to promoting and developing lifelong artists and audiences in the greater Ketchikan community and brings them together for dynamic and meaningful experiences in the performing arts.  

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  2. Scanlon Gallery & Custom Framing

    Ketchikan's premier art gallery since 1972. Home of the largest selection of Alaskan artists, Originals, Prints, Wall Art, Pottery, Sculptures, Hand-Crafted Jewelry & Gifts. Locally owned and operated year round. Located under the Ketchikan Welcome A 

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  3. Alaska Fine Art

    Featuring Master Sculptor Eddie Lee. Locally owned & operated. 

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  4. Ketchikan Area Arts & Humanities Council

    The Ketchikan Area Arts & Humanities Council is a member-based non-profit organization that has been providing exceptional arts experiences and opportunities since 1953. Featuring local artists & annual events like the Blueberry Arts Festival. 

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  5. Alaska Eagle Arts

    Alaska Eagle Arts owned and operated by Brigette Ellis began in Ketchikan Alaska in 1986. The intention with the art business was the exclusive representation of Native American artists, Marvin Oliver. He was a multifaceted artist and professor. 

    View WebsiteSend Email

  6. Starboard Frames and Gifts

    A full-service custom picture framing shop and gallery with an emphasis on local art and artists. Our new downtown location allows greater exposure for our artists as well as accessibility for our year-round framing customers. 

    View WebsiteSend Email

  7. Fish Creek Company

    Fish Creek Company offers many unique items from Hamilton's photographs to Alaskan Native Silver and Gold Jewelry, Fossil Mammoth Jewelry, Walrus Ivory Jewelry, Whalebone, and Alaskan Ivory Carvings, Alaskan Native Art Prints, Alaskan Totem Poles... 

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  8. US DOI/Indian Arts and Crafts Board

    Buy American – Support Authentic Alaska Native Art. The Indian Arts and Crafts Board (IACB), U.S. Department of the Interior promotes the economic development of federally recognized Alaska Natives and American Indians (Indians) through the expansion More...

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  9. Arctic Spirit Gallery

    Alaskan & Northwest Coast Native Art Gallery: Totem poles, masks, argillite carvings, scrimshaw, bentwood boxes, baleen, cedar & seagrass baskets, whale bone & walrus ivory carvings. Locally owned, open year round & located under the welcome arch.  

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  10. The Soho Coho

    A contemporary art and craft gallery featuring local artists and natural history items. Located on Creek Street, the Soho Coho is also planetary headquarters of Ketchikan artist Ray Troll. 

    View WebsiteSend EmailShopNow