Anchorage Mural/ANHC Fundraiser Print
- Approximate Dimensions
In August 2022, artist Crystal Worl painted a mural on Dena'Ina land/Anchorage, Alaska at the corner of G Street and 7th Avenue, overlooking City Hall.
Crystal sought to create a piece celebrating all of the vastly different Indigenous peoples who live in Alaska, and what we have in common: our respect for the land. The mural features the animals whose migratory life cycles are the basis of our own subsistence lifestyles, as well as animals local to the southcentral Alaska.
Gunalchéesh to the owners of the building, Larry and Barbara Cash of Rim Architects; the Anchorage Museum; APU; the Alaska Mural Project; and the Anchorage Downtown Partnership for teaming up to make this happen!
Designed and hand signed by Crystal Worl.
While the mural sits in downtown Anchorage for everyone to see, we now have high quality giclée prints, signed by Crystal and with a neutral border. The high quality printing process allows for the uniquely natural striations in color of each individual brushstroke.
In the spirit of sharing the public mural and celebrating Indigenous peoples, half of the proceeds will be donated to the Alaska Native Heritage Center.
100% white cotton paper, acid free, soft feel and a felt structure. Ships with a mat board and wrapped in plastic cello.
35" x 12"