• Sunset view of Glacier Bay and the surrounding Fairweather Mountains.

    Glacier Bay

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

Coloring Sheets

Detail of August 2010 coloring sheet

August Coloring Sheet

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August 2010 Coloring Sheet

Winning entry
Ages 4-7
Connor C. from Hillsboro, Oregon

Winning entry
Ages 8-12
Paloma Z. from Fremont, California

 
July Coloring contest winner

Glacier Bay Watersheds
Detail of winning entry for July 2010

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July 2010 Coloring Sheet.

Winning entry
ages 4-7
Scherion from Gustavus, Alaska

Winning entry
ages 8-12
Jameka from District Heights, Maryland

 
June 2010 coloring sheet

Glacier Bay Watersheds
Detail of winning entry for June 2010

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June 2010 Coloring Sheet.

Winning entry
ages 4-7
Cosley from Gustavus, AK

Winning entry
ages 8-12
Grace from Santa Barbara, CA

 
Jona and one of her Siberian Huskies

Jona and one of her Siberian Huskies

About the Artist

Jona Van Zyle’s artwork and intricate beading have been exhibited and published around the world. In 2007, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park chose Jona to create their ornament for the White House Christmas Tree. Jona enjoys using native materials, like moose hide, and salmon skin, to create art that reflects her passion for Alaska’s wild places.

Jon and Jona Van Zyle are proud to support Glacier Bay national Park’s 2010 Coloring and Creativity Contest. Jon and Jona are both working artists living near Eagle River, Alaska, where they also raise and train Siberian Huskies. Combining art and their love for Alaska, they were chosen to be the first husband and wife team to be Artists-In-Residence at Denali National Park (2004), and Wrangell-St. Elias National Park (2006).

Alaska Limited Editions is a proud supporter of our contest. If you would like to learn more about the Van Zyle’s artwork visit: www.jonvanzyle.com.

Did You Know?

Stellar Sea Lions

The Steller Sea Lions that haul-out on South Marble Island are primarily males that were unsuccessful competing for females during the breeding season.