Gallery Listings 

In Whistler

Why not take the Whistler Art Walking Tour? Get the self-guided brochure on-line at www.whistlerartscouncil.com or at MY (Millennium) Place.

What : The Gallery at Chateau Whistler

Where: Fairmont Chateau Whistler Resort, Blackcomb Village

A brand new gallery opening Saturday, Dec. 6, featuring contemporary Canadian paintings, ceramics, bronze and glass works and handcrafted jewelry. Opening exhibition A Testament features new ursine-themed works by internationally renowned Alberta painter/grizzly bear researcher Maureen Enns. www.thegallerychateauwhistler.com.

What : The Adele Campbell Fine Art Gallery

Where : Lobby level, Delta Whistler Resort

Current "Group of Ten" exhibition features works by 10 star AC artists in celebration of the classic gallery’s 10-year anniversary. Ph: 604-938-0887. www.adele-campbell.com.

What : The Gallery at MY (Millennium) Place

Where: Upstairs

Running through the month of December, Through My Eyes Only , a selection of works by Sea to Sky Corridor painter Gunter Wissmeyer. Ph: 604-935-8410.

What : West Coast Gallery

Where : Pan Pacific Lodge

Currently showcasing a new series of Tuscan-themed oil and acrylic paintings by Ontario-based Russian émigré Maya Eventov and watercolours by Carol Evans of Salt Spring Island. Also gorgeous handcrafted aboriginal jewelry, silver and jade works. Ph: 604-935-0087.

What : VISEYE Photo Gallery

Where : BBK’s Pub

Current exhibit Going Places features selections by local photographers MC Bourgie, Carolyn McBain and John Hewson displayed on the walls of the cozy Blackcomb village pub next to Chef Bernard’s Café.

What : Freestyle Framing & Art Gallery

Where : Tyndall Stone Lodge, Village North

Aboriginal owner/operator Terry Vincent has been a part of the Whistler art community since 1965. See her unique spirit reflected in First Nation artworks, wildlife prints, and historical fine art prints and originals. Open every day except Tuesdays, noon-6 p.m. Vincent is keeping the spirit of the Farmer’s Market alive by hosting the Locals Arts and Crafts Fair weekends through the winter season. Ph: 604-932-4077 to become an exhibitor.

What : The Whistler Art Gallery

Where : Lobby level, Delta Whistler Resort

Fine Canadian and international paintings and exquisite sculpture in jade, marble and bronze.

What : The Whistler Inuit Gallery

Where : Westin Resort

A showcase of traditional and contemporary Inuit sculpture and Canadian art.

What : Vincent Massey Pottery Gallery

Where : Alpine Meadows

Massey is famous for his decorative stoneware, his wife Cheryl for her cedar bark, bull kelp and tule baskets. Ph: 604-932-6455.

What : Black Tusk Gallery

Where : Summit Lodge, Village North

Specializing in Northwest Coast art, masks and jewelry by leading traditional artists. Free talks Saturdays and Wednesdays at 2 p.m. The gallery is closed throughout the fall season on Mondays and Thursdays. Ph: 604-905-5540.

What : Art Junction@Function

Where : Millar Creek Road, Function Junction

Showcasing works from 13 contemporary B.C. artists, including many Whistler locals, in a relaxed and friendly environment.

What : The Plaza Galleries

Where : Town Plaza, Village North

A fine art gallery with paintings and sculptures from more than 50 renowned Canadian and international artists. Stone carvings, masks and jewelry as well.

What : Mountain Moments Photography

Where : Clocktower, Skiers Square

A wide selection of photographs of W-B from Greg Griffith. Brilliant in detail and colour outputted digitally in archival inks and papers.

www.mountainmoments.com

What : Cori Ross Originals and Prints

Where : Cross Designs Studio, Whistler Cay

Local artist Cori Ross is recognized for her bold and dynamic use of watercolour. Funky Whistler village scenes, cards and gifts. Studio viewing by appointment only. Ross will be having an open house on Dec. 5 in conjunction with the Bizarre Bazaar arts and crafts fair. Ph: 604-932-3473.

What: Clay Funkionals

Where: Whistler Creekside

Ceramic creations by Borgi Rayen. Studio viewing by appointment only. Ph: 604-932-2468.

What: Mountain Craft Gallery

Where: Currently seeking a new location

Formerly located in Whistler Village Centre the gallery is currently seeking a new home. In the meantime they continue to operate by appointment out of their studio/office. Featuring Canadian paintings and blown glass, ceramic and mixed media art. Ph: 604-932-5001.

Out of Whistler

What: Newport Gallery

Where: 38055 Cleveland Avenue, Squamish

First Nations art, resident in-house works, plus two visiting guests every month. Currently featuring Silk Bears from a Church in Squamish , an exhibit of silk giclee paintings by Squamish local Lorelli McKay. Ph: 604-892-1080, www.newportgallery.net.

What : Foyer Gallery

Where : Squamish Public Library, 37907 Second Avenue.

Currently displaying works by a line-up of Squamish locals: photography by outdoor adventurer Mark Mason, natural dyed silk scarves by Micheline Bell, ceramics by Liza Liebich and Angela Bailey, and woven metal sculptures by Fran Solar. Ph: 604-892-3110.

What : Brackendale Art Gallery

Where : Six miles north of Squamish

A unique setting incorporating a gallery, theatre, teahouse and chapel. Plan to stay for lunch. On Government Road, down Depot Road off Highway 99. Ph: 604-898-3333

What : Nothing Finer

Where : Cleveland Ave., Squamish

Create artful interiors for your home and garden with one of a kind works by local and regional artisans. Stoneware, pottery, and sea grass baskets.

What : Molten Metalworks Gallery

Where : 7326 Clover Road, Pemberton

Modern and unique steel furniture and home accessories from resident artisan Kyle Bubbs plus pottery, mosaic glass, paintings, carvings and hand crafted silver jewellery from local artists. Open Wed-Sun 10-6 p.m. Ph: 604-894-3651.

What : Our Glass Works

Where : 9143 Pemberton Portage Rd., Birken

Stained glass studio of Judy and Hugh Bourhis features traditional windows, lamps and glass fusion giftware. Open daily by appointment. Ph: 604-452-3273.

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