Juneau Art Show Celebrating Eric and Pam Bealer – Happening April 5th through 14th

The Sitka Conservation Society will present an art show celebrating the life, art, and legacy of legendary Alaskan artists Eric and Pam Bealer, featuring a selection of Alaska Folk Festival Posters, illustrations from the raucous Pelican Boardwalk Boogie, detailed woodblock prints of the Tongass National Forest, and more!

The Bealers' artwork and highlights of Sitka Conservation Society’s current programs at the Sea Pony Farm property will be on display at Juneau’s Alaska Robotics Gallery kicking off at 4:30pm First Friday, April 5th, through the Alaska Folk Festival. Enjoy live music by Annie B and Erin Heist, and make sure to visit Amalga Distillery next door for a special drink!

Listen to our KTOO Juneau Afternoon radio interview with Pat Race of Alaska Robotics Gallery - Our segment starts at 27:45!

Event Sponsorships

We are looking for sponsorships to support us in putting on the art show and our work and vision at the Sea Pony Farm property. This summer, we are starting a conversion of the historic barn on the property into a group collaborative space for classes, musicians to gather, and retreat space for art and leadership groups, and could use your support turning the vision for this space into reality. As a sponsor, you or your company will be listed in promotional event materials including posters and social media outreach.

Thank you For The Wild, Mike Derzon & Robin Supplee, Alaska SeaplanesAmalga Distillery, Annie Kaill's Gallery, Harbor Air ServicesSpruce Root, First Pacific Financial, The Nature Conservancy, John Sisk and Mary Pat Schilly, City of Pelican, The Martz Family, F/V Pacific Dawn, F/V Kariel, Barnacle Foods, Cristi Herren and Chas Dense, Fisherman's Quay, Mike Allard, Casey Phillips, and Old Harbor Books for offering sponsorships and support! 


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Donate to Sea Pony Farm

Can't sponsor but still want to support our work at Sea Pony Farm? We appreciate contributions of any amount that can also be made here.

About Eric and Pam Bealer

Eric Bealer and his wife Pam were two incredible artists who lived surrounded by the Tongass and the West Chichagof–Yakobi Wilderness Area. They were musicians and loved folk music, and Eric’s masterful and playful illustrations were highlights of Juneau’s Alaska Folk Festivals and the Pelican Boardwalk Boogie. The Bealers left their Sea Pony Farm property to the Sitka Conservation Society’s endowment, the Living Wilderness Fund, and asked that it be used to “protect the place we so love.” Since 2020, SCS has hosted creative retreats and programs with a variety of artists, writers, researchers, and leaders working on projects inspired by and connected to the Tongass and Southeast Alaskan communities. SCS honors the Bealers’ musical legacy by continuing the tradition of bringing folk music to Pelican, and has hosted musicians including Juneau’s Annie Bartholomew.

If you have questions about the event or sponsorships, reach out to us at [email protected] or 907-747-7509.

Event Information and RSVP


April 14, 2024 at 4:30pm -


Alaska Robotics Gallery
134 N Franklin St
Juneau, AK 99801
United States
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Lione Clare · · 907-747-7509

Will you come?