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Ketchikan artist, naturalist, author and musician Ray Troll (above) was on hand at the University of Alaska Southeast's Auke Lake campus last week working on a new mural. The mural depicts salmon making their way upstream along a staircase in the Egan building, the newest building at UAS. Troll said he sees empty spaces like this and feels the need to fill them.
Photos: Ray Troll makes his mark at UAS 021809 AE 2 Capital City Weekly Ketchikan artist, naturalist, author and musician Ray Troll (above) was on hand at the University of Alaska Southeast's Auke Lake campus last week working on a new mural. The mural depicts salmon making their way upstream along a staircase in the Egan building, the newest building at UAS. Troll said he sees empty spaces like this and feels the need to fill them.

Photos By Libby Sterling


Photos By Libby Sterling

Troll enlisted the help of several students and volunteers who helped paint his projected design onto the wall.


Photos By Libby Sterling

Teri Robus (bottom) and Alicia Hughes-Skandijs (top) paint from the safety of the stairs while Sterling Snyder (middle) perches on the hand rails for a better reach.

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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Story last updated at 2/18/2009 - 10:57 am

Photos: Ray Troll makes his mark at UAS

Ketchikan artist, naturalist, author and musician Ray Troll (above) was on hand at the University of Alaska Southeast's Auke Lake campus last week working on a new mural. The mural depicts salmon making their way upstream along a staircase in the Egan building, the newest building at UAS. Troll said he sees empty spaces like this and feels the need to fill them.


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