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Gastown
312 Water Street
Vancouver BC
Canada V6B 1B6

P: 604.684.9222
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Vancouver, BC V6B 1B6

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Expanding to Gastown

Expanding to Gastown

VANCOUVER, BC, November 19, 2007 – Coastal Peoples is pleased to announce their expansion to the historic district of Gastown – the original birthplace of Vancouver.

After 12 successful years in Yaletown, the second location will be a welcomed addition to showcase artwork which has been in storage. Until this time, the public has not been able to enjoy these magnificent pieces in person.

Continuing the tradition, the new gallery will showcase museum-quality First Nations and Inuit works in a blend of diverse mediums from small to large scale, including one of the most extensive collections of full-scale totem poles in Vancouver.

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VANCOUVER, BC, November 19, 2007 – Coastal Peoples is pleased to announce their expansion to the historic district of Gastown – the original birthplace of Vancouver.

After 12 successful years in Yaletown, the second location will be a welcomed addition to showcase artwork which has been in storage. Until this time, the public has not been able to enjoy these magnificent pieces in person.

Continuing the tradition, the new gallery will showcase museum-quality First Nations and Inuit works in a blend of diverse mediums from small to large scale, including one of the most extensive collections of full-scale totem poles in Vancouver.

In an effort to increase exposure to collectors and visitors alike, Gastown is the ideal choice with its revitalization mandate and the fact that it’s quickly becoming one of Vancouver's key markets for art galleries. With its warm warehouse ambience, high ceilings and exposed natural brick, this new space will lend itself to the beauty of local Northwest Coast and Inuit artwork.

Established 1996 in Yaletown, Coastal Peoples continues as a leading gallery to be recognized for representing British Columbia's master carvers – Robert Davidson, Reg Davidson, Susan Point, Beau Dick, Dr. Richard Hunt, Norman Tait, Stan Bevan, Lyle Wilson, Doug LaFortune, Christian White, Darrell White, Tim Paul, Joe David, Jay Simeon, Rick Adkins, Chuck Heit, Jesse Brillon, Don Yeomans and Henry Green to name a few.

The gallery has earned a reputation for discovering a new generation of talented artists who push the boundaries of this legendary art form. Coastal Peoples is focused on representing an unparalleled collection of contemporary art identifying the distinct carving styles and diverse nations inhabiting both the Northwest coast of British Columbia and Inuit communities of Northeastern Canada.

The new opening is scheduled for November 30, 2007 and the address is 312 Water Street across from the famous Steam Clock, between Cambie and Richards Streets. Contact the gallery at 604-684-9222 or email coastalpeoples2@telus.net.

Visitors are welcome Monday through Saturday 10am - 6pm and Sundays and Holidays 12pm - 5pm or view the gallery online for further details at www.coastalpeoples.com. less ...

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