Vancouver's oldest Inuit art gallery (opened in 1975) and one of Canada's most respected has returned to South Granville. The gallery is committed to presenting the finest in Canadian Inuit art, with a wide range of Inuit sculpture, prints and wallhangings from many different regions of Canada's North, with special emphasis on rare pieces from the '50s, '60s and '70s. Mon to Sat 10 am - 6 pm, Sun 11 am - 5 pm.
Marion Scott Gallery
2423 Granville St, Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 3G5
Mon to Sat 10 am - 6 pm, Sun 11 am - 5 pm.
Mentions in Galleries West
The image is classic Itee Pootoogook: A bleak northern landscape meticulously sketched in graphite behind a curiously cropped coloured pencil image of a man holding a rope to what appears to be a boat.
Apr 18, 2016
With their expansive energy and expressive brushwork, Vicky Marshall’s paintings are raw and delicious. It’s a style that made her part of the influential "Young Romantics" show in 1985 at the Vancouver Art Gallery...
Sep 7, 2015
Among the most scenic corners of Canada, the northwest coast of British Columbia, where the city of Prince Rupert occupies a series of forested hills at the mouth of the Skeena River, presents an endless supply of inspiration for a painter.
Dec 31, 2008
SHUVINAI ASHOONA, "Drawings 1993 - 2007," September 29 to November 4, 2007, Marion Scott Gallery, Vancouver
The art shows and catalogues circulated by the West Baffin Island Co-op over the last 50 years have been crucial to the development of southerners’ general comprehension of Inuit Art, even now when they include less traditional, more innovative works
Aug 31, 2007
Douglas Banks, a mining engineer and executive in Toronto, collected Inuit art for several summers in the late 1940s and early 1950s while working on the Belcher Islands in southeastern Hudson Bay.
Dec 31, 2005