Watercolor Alaskan Scenery Artwork
Alaskan landscapes draw visitors from all over the world each year. From the sparkling glaciers standing like castles on the shoreline to the proud mountains guarding the rivers, Alaska unites more stunning scenery than any other place on earth. Whether you have always wanted to visit this gorgeous locale, you are awaiting a return trip, or you call Alaska your home all year round, you can take these breathtaking landscapes into your home or office with watercolor Alaskan scenery artwork from award-winning artist Dot Bardarson.
Dot captures the majesty and serenity of each landscape through a beautiful combination of color, shape and design. Green grasses and glistening lakes come together with the colorful shades of the sunset and the rich jewel tones of the mountains. Each painting brings you back to a special place, whether it’s the crystalline lakes, towering mountains or the quiet streets of Alaskan villages.
Add a unique setting to your home or office and return to each amazing location every time you look at your painting. Call to learn more or order your scenery painting online.
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Back from a paddle
Springtime at Tern Lake
School Buses Never Die
Downtown in Seward
Selected for the Alaska Watercolor Juried Exhibition
Unforgettable Night at the Van Gilder
Some say there is a ghost on the 2nd floor
Back from a Paddle
Selected for the 2015 Alaska Watercolor Juried Exhibition
Exit Glacier, As It Was
Paddle to the Glacier
1st Place Painting award in the Alaska Watercolor Juried Exhibition
Marooned in McCarthy
This old truck made it into McCarthy somehow, but never left once it was in. Its now past the point of no return
McCarthy Hardware Store
Kennicott Copper Mine
Kennicott Copper Mine Tipple
Kennicott Copper Mine Fire Station
The Canoe Waits
Remembering Exit Glacier
Selected for the Alaska Watercolor Juried Exhibition & for the design of a mural 52’ long by 20’ high
Undampened Spirits at the Ferry Landing
Northwest Watercolor Society Award Winner Bellevue Art Museum, Washington
Selected for the Puget Sound juried show
Imagine the wild life you cannot see at Turnagain Pass. Watercolor was selected for the Pratt Museum Juried Show
River of Time
In Alaska, the land of glaciers, rivers of ice create meandering streams.
Trajectory of their graceful swoops becomes a memory of a summer night. Selected for the Pratt Museum Juried Show
In Alaska, a Russian Orthodox Church awaits its parishioners
Receding Alaska glaciers leave trademark moraines and meandering streams.
One of the many spectacles of the Kenai Fjords National Park was commissioned by the public television KAKM. “Glacierfloe” was selected for the Alaska Watercolor Juried Show.
Ocean kayakers glide among monumental bergs.
Seward’s Hale-Bopp Comet
For 6 weeks, the comet presented a nightly show to an avid April audience.
Meandering rivers – the footprint of receding glaciers. “Glaciermelt” was selected for the Selected for the Alaska Watercolor Juried Exhibition.