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Picturesque Granville Island provides the perfect setting for Eagle Spirit Gallery, where land, sea and beautiful art come together. Eagle Spirit Gallery has been showcasing and promoting the work of the Northwest Coast Native artists for over 30 years and is the largest gallery in Vancouver to sell Canadian First Nations art.
Preserving Tradition and Representing the Future of First Nations ArtEagle Spirit Gallery boasts an impressive collection of Northwest Coast Native and Inuit art that is beautifully displayed in a museum-like space. The art is created by First Nations artists who still follow the ancient practice of using local wood and stone harvested from sustainable sources for their work.
The gallery’s vision is to promote the history and culture of the First Nations people by supporting and celebrating their art in a socially and environmentally conscious manner, as this is the cultural tradition of the People.
Museum-Quality Northwest Coast Native ArtFrom public museums to private collectors, Eagle Spirit has clients across the globe. Many artists whose work is displayed at Eagle Spirit have provided artwork for various shows and prestigious exhibitions including the Museum of Arts and Design New York, the Smithsonian Museums in New York and Washington D.C., Fortnum and Mason in London, England, the American Museum of Natural History in New York, the Museum of Civilization in Ontario, the Heard Museum in Arizona and many more locations.
Our experienced and professional team can ship artwork to any destination around the world. Commissions are also available. For further information, please click here to contact us.