Alaska Fine Art is family run fine art gallery featuring master sculptor Eddie Lee. Although he has been carving since 1980, he wanted to personally showcase his work opening Alaska Fine Art in 2015 located in Ketchikan, Alaska. Eddie hand carves his wildlife sculptures from natural stones from around the world and Alaskan fossils. Soapstone, marble, and selenite are some of the stones he began carving early in his career and still works with them today. In the early 2000's, Eddie began carving fossilized mammoth ivory, fossil mammoth molars, fossilized walrus ivory, and various fossil bones. These relics have a story to tell and he is their narrator. His sculptures highlight Pacific Northwest wildlife and occasionally bring you back in time. As you browse his carvings, you'll find unique sculptures of bears, eagles, octopuses, mermaids, mammoths, and whales to name a few. At Alaska Fine Art, you'll also find one of a kind silver, gold, and fossil jewelry.