This might be best described as a “mixed media” work. It features a resingrave print by Dale made from wood pulp, abaca, cedar bark, and other natural fibers. It is presented with an overlay featuring molded paper objects, natural seaweed and shells by Sitka artist Mary Sarvela of Alaska Beach Treasures. Circa 1994-96.

These Raven prints, c. 1978, are likely silkscreens. An alteration of the “Magic and Mischief” image represents the logo for Friends of the Juneau Public LibrariesThe other was used for the Juneau Audubon Society monthly newsletter, up until their December 2018 issue.

The image from Dale’s wood engraving RAVEN IN LOVE was commissioned by the State of Alaska for use on one of their heirloom marriage certificates.

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Logo for Raven Radio, designed by Dale; c. 1979.

SEA SINGERS was created for this cover of Cricket, a children’s magazine.

This cotton scarf by DeArmond was originally designed as a holiday gift, for sale at the Scanlon Gallery in Sitka, Alaska.

This is a signed USPS Panex 20 (half shown), Gastineau Philatelic Society from 1980 featuring an unknown wood engraving by Dale.

Chronological examples of DeArmond’s signature on a handful of woodcuts, engravings, reproductions and silkscreens/serigraphs.

Advertisement from an ALASKA Magazine (August 1983) for a Raven Christmas Card.

Original painting by DeArmond; c. 1960.

Scarf with two puffins; c. 1983.

This rare Ant print (1998) was created as one of twenty-six illustrations intended for a book. For more information, see the book ABC.

A pair of cups sponsoring Juneau’s KTOO Public Media and a pair of mugs sponsoring Sitka’s KCAW’s Raven Radio, both featuring Dale’s illustrations.

Several of Dale’s NONDALTON illustrations are shown at a trailhead of the Turnagain Arm Hiking Trail, located in the Chugach State Park just outside Anchorage, Alaska.

Illustrations for an Alaska Magazine article; c. 1978.

Over the years, DeArmond created a number of Christmas cards. These were often hand produced, hand pulled by Dale herself, and were generally not available for purchase – they were unique, given to close friends and family. Early examples date from the 1950s, and they continued until about 2000, when the DeArmonds (Dale and her husband, Bob) announced that a reprint of the book The First Man would be a “Grand Finale” to her cards. Her hand-pulled cards were often personalized, and are rarely available on the open market. The following images represent a few of these cards.

In 1983, DeArmond was commissioned by Scanlon Gallery in Sitka, Alaska (now closed; still operates in Ketchikan, Alaska) to produce a series of Raven Christmas cards. These were designed by DeArmond, but were not hand-pulled. Shown below (the purple and red ones) are examples from Arrowhead Press of Sitka, made in 2003. It’s unknown how many were produced.