Galleries West showcases the visual arts and artists in Western Canada and is a guide to more than 500 fine art galleries located in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and the Yukon and Northwest Territories.
Alberta by Area, City
Alberta Central Region
Alberta North Region
Alberta South Region
Edmonton - Greater
Edmonton 124 St Gallery Walk
Edmonton South Side
British Columbia by Area, City
Silver Star Mountain
Vancouver - Abbottsford/Chilliwack
Vancouver - Burnaby
Vancouver - Commercial Drive, Strathcona
Vancouver - Coquitlam/ Port Coquitlam
Vancouver - Downtown
Vancouver - Gastown
Vancouver - Granville Island
Vancouver - GREATER
Vancouver - Maple Ridge
Vancouver - Mt Pleasant, The Flats
Vancouver - New Westminster
Vancouver - North Vancouver
Vancouver - Point Grey/UBC
Vancouver - Port Moody
Vancouver - Richmond
Vancouver - South Granville
Vancouver - Surrey/Langley/White Rock
Vancouver - West Vancouver
Vancouver - Yaletown
Vancouver Island - Central
Victoria - Downtown
Victoria - GREATER
Victoria - Oak Bay
Victoria - Sidney/Saanich Peninsula
Manitoba by Area, City
Portage La Prairie
Winnipeg - Corydon District
Winnipeg - Downtown
Winnipeg - Exchange District
Winnipeg - Greater
Saskatchewan by Area, City
Saskatchewan North Region
Saskatchewan South Region
Yukon & Northwest Territories
Yukon & Northwest Territories
205 205 8 Ave SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G 0K9
1235 Shopper's Row, Campbell River, British Columbia V9W 2C7
Situated on northern Vancouver Island, Campbell River Art Gallery opened in 1994 and remains the region's sole public gallery, serving surrounding districts and islands.
306 St. Mary's Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2H 1J8
Established in 1972, the Loch Gallery specializes in building collections of quality Canadian, American, British and European paintings and sculpture.
133 McMillan Street (PO Box 1662), Parksville, British Columbia V9P 2H5
The current McMillan Arts Centre started life as Parksville School in 1913 when Memorial was one of the main streets in Parksville, and the building was a centrepiece.
461 Langdon Crescent, Crescent Park, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan S6H 0X6
The gallery exhibits an engaging range of contemporary and historical art by local, provincial, national and international artists.
100-602 11 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta T2R 1J8
Located in the Design District, this New York-style gallery showcases an eclectic selection of photography and art by established and emerging artists. A fully licensed 4,000 sq ft space, it also offers an attractive setting for private events.
102-1688 West 1st Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 1G1
Z Gallery Arts is dedicated to fostering the work of emerging and internationally established artists.
1223B 9 Ave SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G 0S9
Michel Arseneau opened Inglewood Fine Arts in 2011 to showcase the art of select contemporary artists in permanent exhibition rather than rotating shows.
3106-115 Fulford Ganges Road (Grace Point Square), Ganges, British Columbia V8K 2T9
Fault Line Projects brings contemporary art to the Gulf Islands.
2115 4 St SW, Calgary, Alberta T2S 1W8
Celebrating more than 35 years of quality Canadian historical and contemporary art.
3475 Albert St, T C Douglas Building, Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 6X6
Excellent collection of art from historical to contemporary works by Canadian, American and international artists.
8713 Main St., Osoyoos, British Columbia V0H 1V0
The Osoyoos Art Gallery was established in the 1990s under the Osoyoos and District Arts Council and offers original art produced by artists and artisans.
4922 49 Street, Red Deer, Alberta T4N 1V3
Red Deer College student performers, business students, guest speakers, and community members will now gather in the newly named Welikoklad Event Centre, formerly known as City Centre Stage and before that the Uptown Cinema.
8627 91 Street (rue Marie Anne Gaboury, Edmonton, Alberta T6C 3N1
The gallery endeavors to exhibit all disciplines of visual art and design among the public and artistic community by curating programs and events that elicit community investment and awareness of artists of French expression as well as other cultures
101-1699 West 3rd Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 1K1
Founded in 1995, the Spirit Wrestler Gallery recently relocated from Gastown to a smaller format in the Armoury district.
279 East 6 Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia V5T 1J7
South Main Gallery offers a wide range of contemporary fine art, featuring works by local and international artists.
400 13 Street North, Great Falls, Montana 59401, United States of America
The museum is one of the finest museums of American Western art in the USA and the home of the most complete collection of Russell art and memorabilia in the world.
1720 McTavish Road, North Saanich, British Columbia V8L 5T9
MAOA is dedicated to the advancement of “The Living Arts” a place of art, music, yoga, dance, mindfulness, creative expression and sustainable agriculture, making it accessible to all ages through classes, workshops and events.
715 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3E 0T3
The John Buhler Atrium does not have direct street access. Enter through the U of M Brodie Centre at 727 McDermot Avenue.
130 9 Ave SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G 0P3
For 50 years, Glenbow has surprised and engaged visitors with remarkable connections between art, history and diverse cultures from around the world.
1525 West 6 Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 1R1
Located in the heart of South Granville’s Gallery row, the gallery presents original artwork and photography by emerging and established artists, both local, and international.
10546 115 Street, Edmonton, Alberta T5H 3K6
Common Sense is a gallery space run by the artists of the North Edmonton Sculpture Workshop, with a mandate to give 100% of proceeds from art sales to the exhibiting artists.
6393 NW Marine Dr, Vancouver, British Columbia V6T 1Z2
MOA is a place of architectural beauty, provocative programming, and exciting exhibitions -- including Bill Reid's iconic “The Raven and the First Men,” and the new Multiversity Galleries, showcasing 10,000 objects from around the world.
3273 3 Street, Cumberland, British Columbia V0R 1S0
Located in what was the "leung building", the Gatehouse Bistro & Gallery, touted as "the cultural signature of Cumberland", surrounds you with the relaxed comfort of a classic eclectic atmosphere in casual, fine or private dining.
Cafe/Coffee Shop, Public Space
107 Tunnel Mountain Road, Banff, Alberta T1L 1H5
Banff Centre's Walter Phillips Gallery is dedicated to the collection, curation, and presentation of contemporary art.
2419 Clarke Street, Port Moody, British Columbia V3H 1Z2
Opened in September 2016 in the carefully restored P. Burns & Co. Butcher Store, the gallery is inspired by the fine and rich quality of silk, from its beauty to its versatility.
1000 Parker Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6A 2H2
1000 Parker Street Studios is the largest artist-based workspace and community in the Lower Mainland. Home to 200 artists, 1000 Parker Street Studios houses painters, sculptors, milliners, furniture builders and shoemakers.
602 E Hastings Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6A 1R1
Back Gallery Project is an art gallery located in the neighbourhood of Strathcona, Vancouver that works with emerging and mid-career artists.
444-1011 9 Avenue SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G 0H7
Opened in June 2012, the Esker Foundation, an initiative of Calgary philanthropists and art patrons Jim and Susan Hill, is the largest privately-funded, non-commercial gallery in Calgary.
2960A Jutland Road, Victoria, British Columbia V8T 5K2
The painting and teaching studio of Bill Porteous, MFA Otis is located at the Selkirk Waterfront. The Bill Porteous Studio Art program has been offered since 1994 with year around art classes.
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