Art Galleries & Artists
Glass artwork (Danielle Hayes photo)
Artists on Vancouver Island have a nearly unlimited palette at their disposal.
Everything the island has to offer is used in various creations, such as furniture sculpted out of wave-tossed driftwood, or cedar, arbutus and willow trees carved into intricate patterns.
The Gulf Islands are home to artists of every stripe, including world famous naturalist and painter Robert Bateman. The islands have been called "one of the top 10 artist colonies in North America."
The renowned Chemainus murals are so popular they have spawned imitators in communities as far away as New Zealand and California.
Aboriginal art features prominently on Vancouver Island. The most impressive collections have been on display in galleries around the world, including the Smithsonian Institute in New York.
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415 Station Road
Fanny Bay, British Columbia
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470 Belleville Street
Victoria, British Columbia
Located in the restored historic steamship terminal in Victoria's Inner Harbour, The Robert Bateman Centre displays the largest exhibit of original works by the world's greatest wildlife artist.
From the wilderness of Africa to Canada's Arctic, this exhibit of over 100 pieces unleashes the full scope of Robert Bateman's work.
Travel through the galleries with Bateman's personal multi-media commentary, and hear stories about his life & the nature he has so closely studied.
The net proceeds from the Robert Bateman Centre gallery and the Thinking Like a Mountain gift shop support the work of the Bateman Foundation, a national public charity working to enable a worldwide movement that cherishes naturea a a fundamental key to human survival & happiness.
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463 Belleville Street
Victoria, British Columbia
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You'll sip award winning wines/ciders/ales. Feast on seasonal organic delights and explore the back-roads of the very West Coast of Canada.
Our routes include mountain vistas, ancient rain forests, country scenery, delightful local vineyards/farms and world class attractions.
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1230 Merridale Rd
Cobble Hill, British Columbia
Merridale, nestled in the mouth of Vancouver Island's Cowichan Valley, is a destination the whole family can enjoy. Take a tour of the cellar or stroll the orchard at your leisure while the kids hunt for the faeries rumoured to live here; join us at the bistro & savour local fare; peek at our distillery, then sample our brandies & cider; browse our store for gourmet food items & cider apple vinegar made on-site; delight in the baked goods from our own wood-fired brick oven & enjoy the rural tranquillity.
34 Weway Rd
Quathiaski Cove, British Columbia
The majestic backdrop of Discovery Passage frames the Village of Cape Mudge on Quadra Island, home to Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre. Established in 1979, Nuyumbalees was the first museum of its kind in Canada, designed specifically to house the Sacred Potlatch Collection. This unique grouping of masks, ceremonial items and regalia was repatriated from the federal government.
Visitors can view over 250 items removed during the Anti-Potlatch era (1884-1951), as well as stone tools displays, pre-contact basketry, and historic Totem and Welcome Poles located in our Carving Shed. At the Ah Wah Qwa Dzas guests will see several petroglyph, more than 2500 years old. Traditional Salmon BBQ dinner & dance performances held May - Sept (reservations are required).
Gift Shop and Tours are available throughout the year.
Ahousat, British Columbia
Aboriginal First Nations Eco-Cultural Experiences. Join us for a guided experience that will last for a lifetime: Experience our First Nations culture, our home & what we do today. Exchange stories with elders, local artists & singers. Enjoy traditional Aboriginal foods. Gather seafood, harvest hystuup from the reefs & fish for the tyee. Explore the Ahosuaht Hahoothee for spiritual connections, eagles, whales & other local happenings. Friends, Family & Storytelling.....See you soon!
170 Hillcrest Drive
Salt Spring Island, British Columbia
Join our local guides in a small group setting for a unique tour of Salt Spring's best attractions. We offer a range of tour packages that involve: guided nature walks and hikes for all levels, gourmet picnics at scenic viewpoints, the Saturday Market, stop-offs at local artists' studios and galleries, cheesemakers, vineyards, breweries, and farms, walking tours of Ganges, fishing and crabbing expeditions, family friendly tours, and many other highlights on and off the beaten track. Our 6 passenger van is very comfortable, and has air conditioning for hot summer days. Let our local guides show you their Salt Spring.