• Where Air Meets Water (Eagle & Killerwhale) Plate

    Corrine Hunt

    $65.00 CAD

    Recycled Glass

    Plex-glass display stand not included.

  • $50 Gift Card

    Coastal Peoples Gallery

    $50.00 CAD

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  • Eagle Stud Earrings

    John Lancaster

    $25.00 CAD

    Sterling silver, Engraved

  • Beau Dick: Revolutionary Spirit

    Darren J. Martens

    $40.00 CAD

    Published in 2018

    Audain Art Museum

    Hardcover

  • $500 Gift Card

    Coastal Peoples Gallery

    $500.00 CAD

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  • Killerwhale Shawl Blue

    Dorothy Grant

    $200.00 CAD

    50% Silk 50% Merino Wool

  • Vanishing Point

    Susan Point

    $1,080.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 85

    2018

    Unframed

  • Killerwhale Stud Earrings

    John Lancaster

    $25.00 CAD

    Sterling silver, Engraved

  • Hecate Strait Scarf – State I

    Susan Point

    $420.00 CAD

    100% Silk; Limited Edition of 100

    Exclusively available through Coastal Peoples Gallery

    “Hecate Strait is a wide but shallow strait between Haida Gwaii (formerly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands) and the mainland of British Columbia.  Hecate Strait, because it is so shallow, is especially susceptible to violent storms and weather; therefore, has always been revered by the Northwest Coast First Nations Peoples.

    The shallow waters make it an abundant place for marine life, especially for spotting Orcas and Humpback Whales breaching.

    In this scarf design, I’ve illustrated the turbulent waters, abundance of Orcas, and Salmon.

    Orcas are great guardians of the ocean, with Seals as slaves and Dolphins as warriors.  Orcas are closely related to humans; I was told many legends as a child of the whale people and their villages beneath the sea.

    Salmon are a symbol of abundance, wealth and prosperity because Salmon are the primary food source for the people of the Northwest Coast.  It is also symbolic of dependability and renewal representing the provider of life.  Salmon in pairs are good luck.”

    – Susan Point, 2018

  • Iinang Xaadee – Jaadaa (Young Woman) I

    April White

    $225.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 145

    2016

    Unframed

    “For my ancestors, the primary purpose of art is to unveil a parallel reality that is visible only in our minds—to share a glimpse of Supernatural Beings, with the world of Human Beings. Educated in science and with a spirit drawn to art, I see Earth as one great Being—with rock as a skeleton and running water as veins and arteries, great oceans as hearts—sustaining ecosystems. All as an interconnected biome—a web of life living, at least on the surface, symbiotically… as prey, and as predator.

    Iinang Xaadee—Herring People play a vital role in the ecosystem. They nurture, feed, give of themselves to keep beings alive in all realms— undersea, earth, and sky. When balance prevails, Herring People gather to dance in their great longhouse in such great numbers and with such vigour that the atmosphere overhead reverberates with their excitement. Now, Human Beings see Herring solely as a resource, blinded, not seeing their true value, only seeing monetary gain at the expense of the whole.” – April White

  • $250 Gift Card

    Coastal Peoples Gallery

    $250.00 CAD

    For details on our Gift Cards policy – please click here to review on the FAQ page.

  • $100 Gift Card

    Coastal Peoples Gallery

    $100.00 CAD

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  • Killerwhale Shawl Red

    Dorothy Grant

    $200.00 CAD

    50% Merino Wool 50% Silk

  • Contemporary Art on the Northwest Coast

    Karen and Ralph Norris

    $108.00 CAD

    Published in 2010
    Hardcover

  • Susan Point: Works On Paper

    Gary Wyatt

    $29.95 CAD

    A gorgeous collection of prints by one of the Northwest’s leading artists

    Over the past thirty years Susan Point has become the preeminent Coast Salish artist of her generation, exploring many different modern and traditional themes in a wide variety of media. She has received major public commissions in her home province of British Columbia as well as throughout the Northwest coast, the traditional territory of her people, creating extraordinary monumental sculptures that grace important public buildings. Her glass sculptures are collected around the world.

    This is the first book devoted exclusively to her works on paper. Over the past thirty years Point has been an innovator in printmaking, adapting traditional Coast Salish themes to modern art techniques, translating the heritage of her culture to the wider world while creating a body of work that appeals to art collectors from around the globe. Her synthesis of contemporary and traditional styles has resulted in a formidable artistic accomplishment. This beautifully designed volume collects 160 of her prints together for the first time and is sure to inspire and amaze those who see it.

    Published in 2014

    Softcover

  • Wolf & Moon

    Karla L. West

    $90.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 200

    Unframed

     

     

     

  • Salmon Spawning

    Maynard Johnny Jr.

    $175.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 200

    Unframed

  • Box of Light

    David Neel

    $125.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 50

    2018

    Unframed

    In ancient times, Raven, the trickster, resolved to steal the sun from an old man who lived with his daughter far to the north. He transformed himself into a cedar sprig and fell into water which the girl drank, and the next day she gave birth to a beautiful baby boy. The old man was happy to be a grandfather and spoiled the boy, who grew rapidly and was a toddler in just a few days.

    He was allowed to play with everything, except an old cedar box. The precocious boy cried until the grandfather relented and let the boy play with it. Quickly he took it outside and immediately transformed into Raven, and flew away with it. But when he reached the clouds a gust of wind blew the box out of his mouth, and as it fell the lid opened, the sun escaped and floated up towards the sky world where it stayed, and it lit the world below.”

    – David Neel

  • Journey (Artist Proof)

    Andy Everson

    $370.00 CAD

    Giclee, Edition of IX

    2011

    Unframed

  • Turquoise Coin Purse

    Dorothy Grant

    $25.00 CAD

    Genuine Leather
    Made in Canada

  • My Name Is Arnaktauyok

    $24.95 CAD

    Germaine Arnaktauyok is one of the Canadian North’s most prolific and recognizable artists. In this book, she tells the story of her life in her own words: her “very traditional Inuk life” growing up in Nunavut at a camp near Igloolik, and her experiences later in a residential school in Chesterfield Inlet; her education as an artist in Winnipeg and Ottawa; and her return to the North, where she continues to create drawings, etchings, and illustrations that have been featured in museums and galleries worldwide.

     

    She also provides commentary on several of her works, offering a seldom seen perspective on her inspiration and process. Featuring over one hundred full-colour reproductions of Germaine Arnaktauyok’s fascinating pieces from throughout her career, this beautiful book provides an in-depth look at one of the world’s most important artists.

     

    Published: 2015

    Softcover

  • Our Hands Remember: Recovering Sanikiluaq Basket Sewing

    $24.95 CAD

    Sanikiluaq, a small Inuit community in the Belcher Islands region of the Far North, has a long history of artistic output. But as the demand for stone carvings grew, grass basket sewing―once a traditional skill for Inuit women―faded from the community consciousness. That was until a group of women, including educator and artist Margaret Lawrence, came together to renew the lost art of basket sewing.

    In Our Hands Remember: Recovering Sanikiluaq Basket Sewing, Lawrence guides readers through creating their own grass baskets in the unique style of the Sanikiluaq region with step-by-step instructions and photographs. From tips on preparing the grass and forming even coils to the different types of embellishments, this book is accessible to all skill levels.

     

    Published: 2018

    Softcover

  • Nanuq: Life With Polar Bears

    $27.95 CAD

    Nanuq: Life with Polar Bears features gorgeous wildlife photography of polar bears alongside first-hand accounts of experiences of living alongside the great sea bear.

    From close encounters with angry bears to the beauty of watching a polar bear climb an iceberg with its claws and traditional mythology surrounding life with polar bears, this book gives readers outside the Arctic a first-hand look at what life with polar bears is really like.

    Photographs by Paul Souders

     

    Published: 2016

    Hardcover

  • Bear Ring

    John Lancaster

    $55.00 CAD

    Sterling silver, Engraved
    Domed
    Width: 5/16″
    Size: 6.75

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