ABSOLUTELY CREEK STREET
In days of yore Creek Street in Ketchikan was a bawdy, rollicking, red light district full of fun , danger and wild adventure for many a hapless soul. It was a funky mixture of prostitutes, spawning salmon, fishermen, Tlingit Indians, miners, loggers, loose dollars, madmen and madams. Today it has galleries and gift shops galore but on certain moonlit nights scenes of immoral debauchery are still eagerly reenacted by inebriated locals. The original pastel drawing measures 5 ft. x 12 ft. and can be seen at the New York Hotel in Ketchikan. It was done in collaboration with fellow artist Ms. Halli Kenoyer. Halli signs each poster as well.