ABOUT THE ARTIST
Michaela Goade is an artist and graphic designer living and working in Juneau, Alaska, where she was also raised. Her childhood was spent in the forests and on the beaches of Southeast Alaska and her artistic style is rooted in the depth and beauty of its landscapes. At the heart of her work, whether she’s illustrating a children’s book or designing a logo, is a love for nature, the beautiful region she calls home, and a passion for evocative storytelling. Forever inspired by the coastal wilds of Southeast Alaska, she works to capture its magic and honor its vibrant cultures.
Michaela’s Tlingit name is Sheit.een and she is from the Raven moiety and Kiks.ádi Clan from Sitka, Alaska.
2/10/18 Maker's Market @ Amalga Distillery - Juneau, AK
Alaskan Brewing Company
Devil's Club Brewing Company
Sealaska Heritage Institute
Alaskan Marine Conservation Council
Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute
Salt & Soil Marketplace
"Alaska Young Fishermen's Almanac" | Alaska Marine Conservation Council | Designed by Michaela Goade
"How Devil's Club Came to Be" | Written by Miranda Worl | Illustrated by Michaela Goade | Published by Sealaska Heritage Institute, 2017
"Let's Go! A Harvest Story" | Written by Hannah Lindoff | Illustrated by Michaela Goade | Published by Sealaska Heritage Institute, 2017
"Shanyaak'utlaax – Salmon Boy" | An ancient Tlingit story edited by Johnny Marks, Hans Chester, David Katzeek, Nora Dauenhauer, and Richard Dauenhauer | Illustrated by Michaela Goade | Published by Sealaska Heritage Institute, 2017
First Friday Show | Amalga Distillery | Juneau, AK
Travel by Screen | Sally Centigrade Gallery | Denver, CO