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Antoinette Walker


Antoinette Walker is an contemporary Alaska artist capturing the marine and coastal life of her Island home of Kodiak, and Bristol Bay where she fishes for sockeye salmon. Kodiak and Bristol Bay are her primary sources of inspiration for her nautical and historical images of a fishery of by gone days. She has exhibited her art in solo and group art shows in Alaska and Arizona. Her work is in many public places,the Kodiak Public Library,  The Alutiiq Museum of Kodiak, The Baranov Museum also of Kodiak and the Pratt Museum of Homer.She has a piece in The Living Alaska, A Decade Of Collecting Contemporary Art In Alaska Museums which is traveling the state this year, and a piece in the All Alaska  Biennial Exhibition now on display in Anchorage.


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