Tamar Harrison’s love of creative art using found and up-cycled materials began in the UK where she spent her childhood. After many years spent exploring the world, she fell in love with Skagway (her home since 2009) and her creativity is now inspired by the beauty and sense of community she finds in the Alaskan Wilderness. Her work is based on the integration of natural materials sculpted by the elements combined with treasures such as antique beads, gemstones, fossil ivory, and driftwood. When not creating pieces of art, Tamar can usually be found in the kitchen creating feasts for loved ones, working in the garden with her husband, or roaming the rocky coastlines in her search for the perfect piece of driftwood.