Current Exhibition

Special MOUNTAINFILM FESTIVAL Artist
Footprints on Katmai
Watercolor Painting with Max Romey
 
Exhibition Opening Friday May 24 from 4-7pm 

 

Meet and paint with artist and filmmaker, Max Romey @trailboundsketches! Over the course of Artwalk, see Max complete 12 mini paintings that will connect to form a complete landscape. Visitors to Ah Haa’s Daniel Tucker Gallery will learn Max’s techniques of achieving his viral 3″x3″ inch watercolors and try their hand at completing a mini painting. Max hopes to help others learn how to paint the bigger picture while also learning more about the important work being done to protect, preserve and conserve Katmai, AK and other remote wild places around the world.

 

Max Romey is an award-winning Alaskan-based artist and filmmaker who loves to explore big wide-open places. He has traveled the world with his sketchbooks, using watercolor to break down the complex environmental stories told in his impactful documentaries. In his most recent film, Footprints on Katmai premiering at Mountainfilm, Max paints nearly every shoe he finds on the coastline of remote Katmai Alaska. With each sketch uncovering the individual impact we may have on faraway places, both negatively and positively.

Upcoming Exhibitions

MOUNTAINFILM Guest

Max Romey

May, 2024 

Venancio Aragon

June, 2024 

Riitta Ikonen

Eyes As Big AS PLates

August, 2024 

Ron Pokrasso

September, 2024 

Hollie Chastain

Elevating the Mixed Media Surface

October, 2024 

Past Exhibitions

Kevin Yuen Kit Lo
Matter vs. Spirit

3/1/24 – 4/8/24

TELLURIDE AIDS BENEFIT WEARABLE ART

2/26/24 – 3/11/24

IN THEIR OWN WORDS
A POETRY EXPERIENCE
& PEOPLE OF TELLURIDE TRANG PHAM

2/1/24 – 2/26/24

FRESH WORK
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF BOOKBINDING NEWLY MINTED MASTERS

1/1/24 – 1/31/24

Annual Artisan Exhibition

12/1/23 – 12/31/23

A CLASS IN COLOR

KYLE LEE CERAMICS

An exhibition of student & instructor work

10/5/23 – 11/1/23

Alas, Poor Ghost! Kristopher Castle

9/7 -9/30/23

HAHA Artworks

Mike Stasuik, Brandon Berkel & Alex Ferrari

7/16 -8/20/23

CHRISTOPER BEAVER 

SOLO EXHIBITION
ANOMOLY

6/1 – 6/30/23

Revealing Histories- Reimagining Landscapes

Eric Hanson + Blueplanet VR &

The ONWARD Project

5/26/23 – 5/29/23

NO PARKING STUDIOS

FABRICS FROM THE DISTANT SUN

3/2 – 4/2/2023

Westward Bound

In collaboration with American academy of bookbinding

Curated by Alicia Bailey
2/1 – 2/28/23

WEarable Art

12/1/22 – 1/31/23

Caught in the Act:
Dan Budnik
Artist Portraits 

1950-1970

9/1/22 – 10/28/22
Freedom of expression is crucial for the development of strong communities and individual spirits. 
 

Named in honor of the founder of Ah Haa School for the Arts, The Daniel Tucker Gallery & Exhibitions Program strives to facilitate opportunities for people to discover, explore, and nurture their own creativity through exhibition, programmatic participation, and observation. To this end, all exhibitions and installations in the Daniel Tucker Gallery are curated in a manner that adheres to the following principles:

CELEBRATING CREATIVITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION, VALUE TO COMMUNITY, INTERGENERATIONAL INTERACTIVE LEARNING and COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIPS.
 
Contact Exhibitions Manager, Kris Kwasniewski, Kris@ahhaa.org
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