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Fine Canadian and international paintings and exquisite sculpture in jade, marble and bronze.

What : The Whistler Inuit Gallery

Where : Westin Resort

Traditional and contemporary Inuit sculpture and Canadian art.

What : The Gallery at MY (Millennium) Place

Where: Upstairs

On display through the month of January, a dual exhibit of winter-themed photography & mixed media works by locals Dean Cote and Leanna Rathkelly. Ph: 604-935-8410.

What : Mountain Moments Photography

Where : Clocktower, Skiers Square

A wide selection of photographs of W-B from Greg Griffith. Brilliant in detail and colour outputted digitally in archival inks and papers.


What : Cori Ross Originals and Prints

Where : Cross Designs Studio, Whistler Cay

With her bold and dynamic use of watercolour, artist Cori Ross is famous for her funky Whistler snow scenes. Studio viewing by appointment. Ph: 604-932-3473.

What : Vincent Massey Pottery Gallery

Where : Alpine Meadows

Massey is famous for his decorative stoneware, his wife Cheryl for her cedar bark, bull kelp and tule baskets. Ph: 604-932-6455.

What: Clay Funkionals

Where: Whistler Creekside

Ornamental ceramics by Borgi Rayen. Studio viewing by appointment. Ph: 604-932-2468.

What: Mountain Craft Gallery

Where: Seeking a new location

Formerly located in Whistler Village Centre the gallery is currently seeking a new home and are operating by appointment out of their studio/office. Canadian paintings and blown glass, ceramic and mixed media art. Ph: 604-932-5001.

What : Black Tusk Gallery

Where : Formerly on Main Street, the gallery is currently relocating under new ownership to the lobby level of the Delta Whistler Resort and is slated to reopen in late January.

Out of Whistler

What : Brackendale Art Gallery

Where : Six miles north of Squamish, Government Road, down Depot Road off Highway 99.

A gallery, theatre, cafe and chapel in the heart of Brackendale. Running until Feb. 7, the 18 th annual Brackendale Winter Eagle Festival - includes eagle walking tours, a lecture series, eagle-themed artwork, a photo contest and musical guests. Saturday, Jan. 24 at 8 p.m.: Eagles north and south from whence they came with writer/biologist David Hancock. Admission by donation with proceeds going to the Brackendale Eagle Tower Monument. Sunday, Jan. 25 at 8 p.m.: Canadian folk legend Valdy. Tickets $15. The gallery is open seven days a week during the festival. Ph: 604-898-3333.