“Totally Photo” Hits the Art Scene in Palmer

Contributed by Teri Loyer

A new gallery has come to Palmer! “Totally Photo Design” is now open in the historic Dahlia Building located at 308 E Dahlia Avenue, next to the Palmer Ale House. The show room is open Thursday through Saturday 11:00am – 6:00pm.

Please join Totally Photo on March 23rd from 11-6 for our official Grand Opening. We will have door prizes of glass art, pictures and jewelry and more.

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Teri Loyer is the owner and designer of Totally Photo and is a lifelong Palmerite. Teri combines her love of photography with a zest for whimsy, in her digitally enhanced designs. Documenting the local history, landmarks and beauty from around the Valley and Alaska. All printing and preparation are done locally in her studio. So, if there is a specific design, but you would like it a different size or media, just order it! You can also bring in your own photo and have her create personal art for your wall. A one of a kind, personable and meaningful art!

Totally Photo will also be featuring Sunlight Art glass of Chickaloon, AK. Susan Dowd Barrier has been cooking kiln-formed glass for 10 years. Fused glass pieces are awesome, because not only are they beautiful pieces of art, they are also functional, as plates and bowls. Susan will also work with you on custom designs. We will be selling Susan’s nunofelted scarves, which are another functional art form. It is a relatively new form of felting that melds silk and wool into light and durable warm scarves. It is like fused glass, except they are fused fibers instead of glass.

So, come check us out, win a prize, and take home some great homegrown, made in Alaska art!