Celebrating over 15 years of excellence in First Nations and Inuit art.
Welcome to our Gallery.
Established in 1996, Coastal Peoples is a leading First Nations gallery showcasing museum-quality Northwest Coast and Inuit artwork for inquisitive newcomers as well as seasoned collectors. Recognized for representing British Columbia's master carvers, the gallery has earned a reputation for discovering a new generation of gifted artists who push the boundaries of this legendary art form.
Ideally situated in two prime downtown locations - Yaletown and Gastown - the galleries are set in historic warehouse spaces and are focused on representing an unparalleled collection of contemporary art identifying the distinct styles and diverse nations inhabiting both the communities of the Northwest coast and Arctic regions of Canada.
Charming Yaletown is Vancouver's own little Soho
Once known as a warehouse district - now an elegant mix of designer boutiques, galleries, world-class restaurants and coffee houses. A fresh urban neighborhood within walking distance to the Skytrain station (Yaletown/Roundhouse), Vancouver Art Gallery, Public Library, BC Place, GM Stadium and major hotels.
Historic Gastown - the original birthplace of Vancouver
This area is quickly becoming one of Vancouver’s key districts for art galleries. With its dynamic revitalization and new developments, Gastown is an eclectic mix of courtyard cafes, eateries, fine boutiques and shops as well as day and night time entertainment. Every June, the renowned Vancouver International Jazz Festival holds a lively street festival here, which is attended by thousands of music lovers. Within walking distance to the Skytrain station (Waterfront), and the new award-winning Vancouver Convention Centre.