Evon Zerbetz carves with gouges and knives to create her bold imagery in slabs of linoleum. She is passionate about the lines, chop, and hatch marks that are created with a knife and make the artwork for the Sea Life collection distinct. Her projects have ranged from a 9 x 65 foot wall of architectural art glass for the Alaska State Library, suspended sculptures in busy public buildings, to linocuts for health posters that might be push-pinned to a clinic’s wall. Evon's linocuts have illustrated an armload of children’s books, rolled down the road on a mobile science exhibit on wheels, informed 12 public art installations, and formed the basis for a multimedia traveling exhibit about ravens. She works in her studio nestled between the tall trees of her island community of Ketchikan, Alaska.