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First Nations in Cowichan Valley

Brian Clark, Mill Bay

Brian Clark, Mill Bay

Brian Clark Artist

Mill Bay, V0R 2P4, 2246 Benko Road
Ph. 250-715-5107

(Artists & Fine Art Artisans, Aboriginal arts/ First Nation, Art prints, Drawing, Musician, Sculpting, Stone carving, Wood carving/turning | First Nations | Music)
Quw'utsun' Cultural and Conference Centre, Duncan

Quw'utsun' Cultural and Conference Centre, Duncan

The Centre offers all guests an authentic First Nations Experience

Duncan, V9L 6P4, 200 Cowichan Way
Ph. 1.877.746.8119 or 250.746.8119

(Artists & Fine Art Artisans, Aboriginal arts/ First Nation | First Nations | Performing Arts, Dance, Musical/Musical Theatre | Theatres)
Suzan Kostiuck, Cowichan Valley

Suzan Kostiuck, Cowichan Valley

First Nations Artist

 

(Artists & Fine Art Artisans, Aboriginal arts/ First Nation, Drawing, Oil painting, Photography | First Nations)
Coast Salish Journey, Herb Rice, Cowichan Bay

Coast Salish Journey, Herb Rice, Cowichan Bay

First Nation Master Carver, Herb Rice, carves beautiful solid wood custom made doors, totems, masks, talking sticks, walking sticks, panels and plaques.

Cowichan Bay, V0R 1N1, 4705 TransCanada Highway
Ph. 250-701-3086

(Artists & Fine Art Artisans, Aboriginal arts/ First Nation, Wood carving/turning | First Nations | Workshops/Classes, Art Workshops)

Darlene Gait, Shawnigan Lake

Paintings and Poetry by First Nation's artist Darlene Gait. She is recognized internationally, her art is exhibited and held in private and public collections and her limited edition Giclees and prints are sold in galleries worldwide.

Shawnigan Lake, V0R2W0, P.O. Box 40
Ph. 1 800 519 1222 or 250 743 1222

(Artists & Fine Art Artisans | First Nations | Galleries/ Exhibits/Shows, Studio | Literary Arts)

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