Come visit our beautiful Cedar gallery on the Pacific Rim highway heading out of Port Alberni towards Tofino (hwy 4) on Vancouver Island. Ahtsik Native Art Gallery opened December 13th 2008. I am, Gordon Dick, the Artist and Owner of Ahtsik Native Art Gallery. I carved the Kingfisher design of the front entrance as well as the Eagle and Wolf posts that represent my Grandparents. You are welcome to come and see me create original Northwest Coast Art inside the gallery. In warmer months, you can come and see larger Wood projects being carved just outside the gallery, such as a totem pole. I sell many other local First Nations Artists’ Canadian Indian Art work from World Renowned to up and coming. Commissions are accepted.
7133A Pacific Rim Highway
Port Alberni, B.C.
Dec 29 to January 30, 2015
Available by appointment only until Jan 30
Will re-open regular hours below on February 1
Open 10:30am - 5pm Thur, Fri, Sat, Sun & Mon
Closed Tues and Wed
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Amy Keller-Rempp started to paint when she was ten years old. Growing up in rural Ontario, Canada allowed Amy to observe many different types of animals and birds living on the land and lakes that surrounded her home. Amy's love for wildlife stands out and is portrayed through her beautifully detailed paintings. She invests many hours on each painting detailing everything from individual hair on the animal's fur to the sparkle in their eyes. She loves to show the animals spirit through its eyes and actions, every small detail counts.