April Exhibit: Fire & Rain by Tess Olympia

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How to Use the Virtual Gallery

As we continue to navigate through the pandemic, we are excited to offer an alternative to in-person exhibits here in Juneau and beyond with this new virtual gallery space. You can view these exhibits on your smartphone, you just need to download the Exhibbit app from the app store (don't worry, it's free!).

Once you enter the gallery, take your time browsing the exhibit. Navigate through the gallery with your keyboard/mouse on your computer or with your finger if you're viewing on your smartphone.

Helpful Tips and Tricks

  • Use the menu feature to help navigate
  • Click on individual images to see them up close, use the catalog to browse
  • Use the "See More" link to view the full collection in a series
  • Click on the bar at top right of each piece to drop-down the placard to learn more, to inquire, or make a purchase

Please Note

The originals in this exhibit are not for sale, but prints can be purchased upon request. Email us to inquire:

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I am Tess Olympia. I create work mostly through pen and ink, some water colors and gouache. Recently, I have been testing the waters of digital art. The pieces I make tend to reflect my life and the world around me whether I intend them to or not. I prefer simple lines to create meaningful expression. While I have dreams of illustrating children’s books or a graphic novel, right now I am creating just for me. There is a lot of joy that comes from that, and a lot less pressure. I am in the ongoing process of self-reconceptualizing, meaning uncovering who I am after a long time of not knowing, to heal, to be grounded again in my own entirety.

I am a mom, a ukulele player, a lover of mountains, whales and edible plants.


Virtual Gallery Exhibition Schedule

OCTOBER 2020: Juneau Ex-Pats
NOVEMBER 2020: Juneau Plein Rein Painters: Outside Inside
DECEMBER 2020: MK MacNaughton and Dan Redfield: Paintings & Photographs
JANUARY 2021: Juneau ArtWorks Showcase
FEBRUARY 2021: Gabrielle Vance: I Love You the Most
MARCH 2021: Kelsey Fagan of Elevate Art Studio
APRIL 2021: Tess Olympia Ramsey: Fire & Rain
MAY 2021: UAS Ceramics Show
JUNE 2021: JAHC Juried Art Show
JULY 2021: Della Cheney & Weavers of Juneau
AUGUST 2021: Alex Witt: Portrait of the Tongass
SEPTEMBER 2021: Alaska Breastfeeds Coalition

About the Arts Council Gallery

The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council Gallery is used to promote cultural awareness, stimulate creativity, educate, and provide a community service. It is the intention of the JAHC Gallery Program to support both established and emerging Southeast Alaskan artists showing new works, while representing the broadest spectrum of visual art media. The JAHC Gallery provides exhibiting opportunities for new and emerging artists, and established artists who have not recently exhibited in Juneau. Gallery Exhibits open monthly every First Friday, with virtual receptions from 4:30pm - 7:00pm.

Resources for Artists

Artists, check out this new resources page for helpful tips, blog posts, and articles all about preparing for a virtual exhibition!

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