January First Friday at TRAX-“Land and Water”
310 Birch Hill Rd
Fairbanks, AK 99712
Ring in the New Year at our 2020 January First Friday art show with two wonderful Alaskan artists, rock’n tunes by the Dry Cabin String Band, ice-cold Hoodoo beer on tap and delectable eats from Friar Tucks! There is also a little rumor that Sweet Cheeks Bakery may bring their delicious cinnamon rolls! Yum!
Acrylic painter Amanda Rose Warren is debuting brand new pieces, specially made for the Trax First Friday event all the way from Anchorage. Amanda has wowed us all with her vivid and colorful art. Fairbanks peeps, you won’t want to miss all her new creations. No worries though, her art will brighten the walls of the Kahuna Studio all month! Be sure to check out her Facebook page and Insta to stay tuned on all Amanda’s artistic adventures.
Andrea Voorhees creates gorgeous, realistic landscapes and still life scenes using oil paints. Andrea discovered early on that she had a talent for art and began art classes at a young age, selling her first oil painting at the age of 18. Artistic talents came from the Voorhees side of the family as her great-grandmother Jennie Voorhees and great aunt Hope were both recognized in a volume of women in American art. Her two goals in life are to sell artwork and teach people how to paint. Focusing on still life, portraits and Alaskan scenery her talents have risen to where she can paint anything anyone asks her to.