The best way to see Frank Entsminger’s wildlife sculptures are up close and in person. Come to a show and meet Frank, and see the detail of his Alaskan wildlife sculptures. It truly must be seen to be appreciated.
Headquarters office, Bozeman, MT 59718 USA | Phone: 406.404.8750
Cody, Wyoming office phone | 307-527-6261
February 22-23, 2019
Dena’ina Civic and Convention Center
Anchorage, Alaska Phone | 907-980-9018
April 13, 2019
Kevin Kehoe, President email@example.com
November 9, 10, 11, 2018
Carlson Center, Fairbanks, Alaska
KO Productions | (907) 474.9082
Frank’s Studio, Mile 91 Tok Cutoff, 34 miles south of Tok, Alaska
Frank Entsminger (907) 883-2833 or Cell (907) 310-3514
Hc 72 Box 800
Tok, AK 99780
Barney’s Sports Chalet, Anchorage, Alaska 907) 561-5242
Kevin Dana, (907) 230-7267
906 W. Northern Lights Blvd.
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
This is Alaska Studio, Fairbanks, Alaska
Tasha Evans, owner (907) 687 2061
Gallery in the Fairbanks Marriott Hotel on the Second Avenue side downtown Fairbanks.
Tasha is an artist herself with a great appreciation of Alaskan Artists.
575 1st ave suite 101, Fairbanks, Ak 99701
Park City, Utah
Monty Coates, owner (435) 649-1612
312 Main Street Park City, Utah 84060
Valerier (Val) Moore, Office & Events Manager (775) 329-2787
Tracey Oliver, Executive Director
Maria Partridge, Gallery Curator
Eric Brooks, Placement Program (415) 596-4987
17 S Virginia St, Suite 120
Reno NV 89501
Baer Bronze, Springville, Utah
Mike Baer, Owner 801) 489-9700
1350 South 1700 West #3
Springville UT 84663
Alaska Wildlife & Art Taxidermy, North Pole, Alaska
Charlie Livingston, owner (907)488-9307 or cell (907) 322-7421
Charlie is a admirer of Frank’s work. He displays much of it in his showroom near North Pole, Alaska. Call! Charlie’s shop and gallery is near Laurance Road outside of North Pole, Alaska.
2944 Richardson Hwy Ste B
North Pole AK 99705
Bronk Jorgensen, owner (907) 883-5081
Intersection Tok past the Civic Center on the left. Frank’s bronze art is exhibited upstairs in the shop.
Nice display in the downstairs of the shop of a lifesize sheep and two wolves Frank did the taxidermy.