Vancouver Art Galleries
The finest Inuit (Eskimo) art and Northwest Coast Native Indian art from leading aboriginal Canadian artists featured at Inuit Gallery of Vancouver (BC Canada)
grunt is a non profit society (The Visible Arts Society) run by a board of working artists. Our mandate is to maintain a space accessible to artists and audiences. We focus on work that would otherwise not be seen in Vancouver. Our programming is a mix of emerging and senior artists and a selection of local, national and international work.
Gallery Gachet is a unique artistic institution that strives to provide a focal point for dialogue amongst outsider/dissident artists. We provide artists with opportunities to exhibit, curate, perform, read, teach and create.
The Internet Art Shopping Source - Available for you is an excellent collection of originals, limited edition prints and sculptures.
The Petley Jones Gallery in Vancouver specializes in 19th and 20th century Canadian, European, and American paintings, sculpture, and original prints. It also offers a wide range of fine art services.
Watercolors and Acrylics from the Vancouver area artist in subjects such as Ikebana, Chinese Junks, Nudes, Florals, Still Life and Landscapes.
Red Galleria carries their very own unique collection of paintings designed by them. Visit them to see their great selection of paintings. Red Galleria can also design and paint an original just for you in any size and color.
Canadian Indian Art offers one of the largest collections of native art from the Northwest Coast. Choose from the many beautiful carvings, totem poles, masks, boxes and bowls. Indian drums and rattles come in a variety of shapes and sizes.
The first collection at Fragrant Wood consisted of pieces personally curated and collected over years of extensive travel. Established in 2011, the Gallery first featured both Balinese and Chinese works, but upon realizing a niche in Vancouver’s market,