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May Day in Denali by Deborah Horner
Tasty Twig by Deborah Horner
Heading North by Deborah Horner
See Any Tourists? by Deborah Horner
Refuge Hut by Deborah Horner
Icebergs and Grey Skies by Deborah Horner
Shackleton Falls by Deborah Horner
Sometimes Sliding is Easier by Deborah Horner
Antarctic Reflections by Deborah Horner
Crater Ice by Deborah Horner
A Day at the Beach by Deborah Horner
Hoarfrost by Deborah Horner
Dawn on Heidi by Deborah Horner
Ice House at Silver City by Deborah Horner
Sunrise Shadows by Deborah Horner
Yukon Sunset by Deborah Horner
Spring on the Chena by Deborah Horner
Robe River by Deborah Horner
Valdez Summer by Deborah Horner
Delta Reflections by Deborah Horner
Frigid Morning by Deborah Horner
-30 at Engineer Creek by Deborah Horner
A Confluence of Limbs by Deborah Horner
Winter Shadows by Deborah Horner
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About Deborah Horner
The new year began with my show at Hoarfrost Distillery in Fairbanks, AK titled "Art from the End of the Earth: Snow, Bergs and Penguins." The paintings (1-9 on the website) were all created from photos that I or others took while aboard the Russian research vessel, Academik Ioffe. We sailed on October 18, 2017 from Ushuaia, Argentina, to the Falklands, South Georgia Island, and the Antarctic Peninsula. During our 19 days at sea, we saw magnificent scenery, tempestuous seas, birds of the southern seas, and marine life. Penguins and albatrosses, both icons of the southern seas, fascinated us throughout the trip. Seals, including the enormous southern elephant seal, provided interesting viewing during shore excursions. Although I refer to this journey as the trip of a lifetime, I am already trying to figure out how to get back to the southern seas, particularly South Georgia Island.
The paintings "Along Fossil Gap Trail" through "Sentinel Spruce" are of scenes in the White Mountains National Recreation Area north of Fairbanks, AK. I was selected as the BLM 2015 Winter/Spring Artist in Residence and spent six days photographing, sketching, and doing quick watercolor studies. All of the paintings go on exhibit on Dec. 2-31 at the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center in Fairbanks.
The remaining works are all landscapes of areas in Alaska, Yukon Territory and British Columbia. I hope you enjoy looking at the paintings.