Aboriginal arts/ First Nation in Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands
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First Nations Nuu-chah-nulth Artist Custom Jewellery & Wood
Jackson Robertson was born in the Kwakwaka'wakw village of Kingcome Inlet in 1956. Jackson has been carving large plaques, talking sticks, paddles, bowls and rattles for over 40 years.
First Nation Master Carver, Herb Rice, carves beautiful solid wood custom made doors, totems, masks, talking sticks, walking sticks, panels and plaques.
custom leather work, drum & rattle making
Eco Tours: Kayak, Natural History, First Nations, Settler's History
The Centre offers all guests an authentic First Nations Experience
Semi-precious One of a Kind Jewellery Custom Made
First Nations Artist
Arctic Artists Gallery
Traditional & Contemporary Northwest Coast Native Carvings
"Raven Stealing The Sun" yellow cedar
Kwakwaka'wakw artist Harold Alfred, Artworks include Wedding bands, Stained Glass, Totem poles, jewelery and carvings.
100% Original Chainsaw Art & Carvings
Master Craftsman Paul Crawford has been designing and producing Architectural Sandblasted and Etched Glass features to enhance the home and business since 1986.
Brian Clark Artist
WOODTURNED ART -- Douglas J Fisher has graced the covers of almost every major woodturning magazine in the world and he has been sought after internationally as a demonstrator, lecturer and teacher.
Bruce Bird is a self taught Metis antler carver who lives in Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island. Bruce carves unique antler sculptures and drum beaters.
Cathay uses brilliant acrylic colours on canvas to portray a unique impressionist interpretation of the beauty of BC's Vancouver Island and her first nationís heritage.
Kwakiutl Art of the Copper Maker Gallery
Sue Coleman, Author and Artist. Her working studio is situated on the shores of Cowichan Bay and although it is open to the public please phone first..
Erich Glendale native artist
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