The Pastel Journal

ALASKA Art in the Wilderness

Last summer, I spent the month of July as an artist-in-residence at Togiak National Wildlife Refuge. Located 350 miles southwest of Anchorage, Alaska, the refuge is made up of 7.4 million acres of mountains, glacial valleys, lakes, rivers, sand and gravel beaches, and coastal cliffs. I saw only a small portion of it. It’s a remote destination (covered mostly by tundra) that’s accessible only by boat or plane. During my time there, I stayed in the small town of Dillingham, located on Bristol Bay.

Because my husband was a

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