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Arts & Museums
The Atelier Gallery has been displaying art for more than 30 years. The gallery provides a platform for local artists who are aspiring to have to a more prominent presence. The focus of the displays changes regularly and covers everything from urban appeal to simple landscaping.
Marilyn S. Mylrea Studio Art Gallery is located close to Fairview. The gallery is owned by Marilyn S. Mylrea, who is a reputed Canadian contemporary artist. Her art gallery provides an opportunity for budding artists and enables them to gain appreciation and recognition on a public platform. Call for details on current exhibitions.
The Monte Clark gallery established in 1992 houses works of select artists like Roy Arden, Karen Bubas, Evan Lee and others. It specializes in showcasing contemporary Canadian art and has been a dominant fixture on the contemporary art scene in Canada. This gallery is a non profit organization with an aim to promote and document Canadian art. It takes great pride in exhibiting visual arts and photography by leading Canadian and international artists.
Douglas Reynolds Gallery is situated in South Granville's popular Gallery Row, an area that provides art enthusiasts with some of the finest exhibits of modern art the city has to offer. This contemporary space displays "museum quality" pieces from Canada's Northwest Coast native artists. It presents several exhibitions each year, promoting established talent as well as a younger generation of artists. Check out the extensive collection of bowls, rattles, carved masks, talking sticks, prints and paintings.
Attila Richard Luckas is just one of many gifted artists that this gallery shows, along with Chris Woods, Dale Chihuly and Angela Grossman. Start the South Granville gallery tour here. Located just across the Granville Street Bridge from downtown, Diane Farris Gallery represents some of the most provocative artists of contemporary Canadian and international art. The space itself is elegant, spacious and includes a gift shop with rare treasures. Admission is free.
Heffel Gallery cum auction house displays the works of famous American, Canadian and European artists and gives art lovers a chance to purchase their favorite pieces. You can also buy fine art by bidding on the gallery's website. Named after Kenneth G Heffel, an industrialist and art collector, Heffel Gallery also has offices in Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa. The valuable works of arts are protected in bank vaults and the gallery's premises have a state of the art alarm system.
This elegant boutique and gallery holds antique treasures from all over the world, including paintings, carpets, furniture and silver. Although collectors are frequent clients, the gallery also caters to customers who are simply looking for unique and exemplary objects for the home and office. The gallery is located on South Granville, an art and antique row located minutes from downtown. For more information, check website or call +1800 730 8825.
Established in 1965 this gallery,located in Toronto is the oldest contemporary art gallery in Canada. The gallery represents about 50 artists, from senior artists that are part of Canadian art history to promising talent from the current generation. It is also a member of the South Granville Gallery Association. The gallery holds numerous national and international exhibitions. They also provide additional services like shipping and delivering art work to private residences and public spaces.
Located in the neighborhood of Fairview since 2004, this is an art lovers' paradise. If you want to get treated to exclusive Canadian and international art work, paintings, photography and sculptures, this place will do absolute justice. For local and budding artists, this is a great platform to showcase their talents. Some of the famous artists work you could witness here are Michael Abraham, James Nizam, Ross Penhall, Otto Rogers to name a few. To know more, visit the website.
As part of the complex of museums located in Vanier Park, Vancouver museum is paired with the Macmillan Planetarium at the Pacific Space Centre. It has been in operation since 1894, with most exhibits and presentations focusing on the history of the city and the regions surrounding it. Renowned for its collection of natural history, ethnology, archaeology, and Asian artifacts, there are many things here to see and explore.
Considered one of the best such facilities in North America, this structure has had many transformations. Aside from the planetarium and observatory, H.R. MacMillan Space Center also features the Cosmic Courtyard hands-on gallery, a Virtual Voyages full-motion simulator, Ground-station Canada exhibits and multimedia and popular laser shows. Its overnight adventures and space camps are popular. Don't forget to visit the gift shop with space-related souvenirs. Check the website or call ahead for timings of the evening laser shows. Admission prices mentioned are applicable throughout the day.
This hall of fame museum features a large display gallery, tons of great feature exhibits and a hands-on participation space where you can "go ballistic." There is a climbing wall, rowing machines and bikes. Test your ball-throwing skills for speed and accuracy and race against the clock and computers. The Hall of Fame has exhibits on two of Canada's greatest heroes, Terry Fox and Rick Hansen.