Art & Sculpture
We host a wide selection of beautiful artworks by Vancouver Island artists.
Should you be searching for a special piece of artwork or furnishings be sure to visit our gallery in person:
2459 Beacon Avenue
Sidney, British Columbia
This Side of Heaven #14 by Elissa Anthony
Throughout our space are inviting paintings, sculptures and gift wares for all to enjoy. In store you will find many different giclee reproductions & one of the largest collections of originals to choose from in quaint city of Sidney.
Visit often as our gallery is constantly changing with fresh new art and monthly features. The Village Gallery is proud to support local artisans and has year round exhibits by Linda Heslop , Graham Herbert, Sandra Johnman & Barry Tate. Additionally, we offer special orders for giclee reproductions on canvas by Brian Buckrell, Cameron Thurbide & Keith Hiscock. Visit our artist selections on our website and talk to us today about fine art reproduction options.
Our 2000 square foot space allows for a broad range of collections including 3 dimensional installations and sculptures. The Village Gallery offers sculptures and carvings in wood, stone and bronze by artists: Nathan Scott, Fred Dobbs, Walter Collins, Arturo Huerta, Ross Barnett, Gail Gotto and Bob Parnham.
Sculptures, castings and carvings in cedar, maple, soapstone, alabaster, bronze, metal and even gourds are sure to impress.
Otter in Kelp
After the Rain - Helen Watt
The Village Gallery represents a number of photographers who exhibit works printed on various media - canvas, metal, art paper, acrylic "sandwich".
Most the works are representational and centre on Nature of the BC coast. Beauty is presented in styles from highly technical to somewhat abstract by David Hutchison, Helen Watt, Ken Foster and Matt Shannon.
Our establishment is happy to announce a revival in fine furnishings and decor with modern as well as rustic and industrial stylings with fabulous new lamp selections. Continuing to support local Arts and Crafts: Mission inspired pieces in oak by Joe Gillings honor the early 20 century tradition.
What is Mission Furniture you ask? Mission style furniture is often described as sturdy, heavy, and even chunky. It's characterized by straight vertical and horizontal lines, square or rectangular legs and spindles, and durable construction.
Additionally, we have cheerful ceramic coasters, art blocks & mugs by local artist Kathy Cameron. These pieces make for excellent gift choices for all occasions. Along with the best greeting card selection in all of Sidney you may just check all the right boxes with the perfect piece of art...
Ceramic Coasters by
We thank you for supporting local artists and hope to see you soon.