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Hills Native Art Gallery

Hills Native Art Gallery

North America’s Largest
Northwest Coast Native Art Gallery

Welcome to a world of storytelling, graphic art, painting, print making, scultpture, textiles, leather-work, knit work and so much more... welcome to the rich tapestry of cultures belonging to the Indigenous Peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast and Canada.

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Geeahcum is the male embodiment of Dzunukwa. Carved from red cedar and detailed with acrylic paint, horse hair and cotton.
Crooked Beak is one of the Cannibal Bird masks from the Hamatsa. Carved from red cedar and detailed with acrylic paint, cedar bark, feathers and felted cotton.
Raven Steals the Sun bracelet hand carved from sterling silver by Haida artist Alvin Adkins
Small mask carved from red cedar by Metis artist Danny Cain
Dancing Bear carved from soapstone by Inuit artist Markoosie Papigatok
Large round glass panel sand-blasted with Raven designs by Alano Edzerza
Very Large Eagle and Bear totem carved from an old-growth red cedar log by Haida artists Greg and Gryn White
Frog mask beautifully and simply carved from red cedar

Lace-up soft moose hide moccasins made for babies. Colour is natural. Limited availability: only sizes 3 & 4


 "Family" is a limited edition silkscreen print by the inimitable woodlands master Norval Morrisseau.


Native Art Gallery Locations


165 Water St.
Vancouver, BC
V6B 1A7
(604) 685.4249


1008 Government St.
Victoria, BC
V8W 1X7
(250) 385.3911


76 Bastion St.
Nanaimo, BC
V9R 3A1
(250) 755.7873


5209 Trans-Canada Highway
Koksilah, BC
V0R 2C0
(250) 746.6731