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Ahtsik Native Art Gallery

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7133A Pacific Rim Hwy, Port Alberni, British Columbia V9Y 8Y4 Canada
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kingfisher7311 wrote a review Sep 2019
Langley, Canada13 contributions3 helpful votes
It is worth stopping in every few months to see what is new in the studio/gallery. There are so many beautiful pieces carved onsite and Gordon is such a welcoming individual and Master carver. He is always willing to talk about wood, his work and he never hesitates to explain his method. Often he will take the time to demonstrate how different gouges work in different directions to make the necessary smooth cuts. As well he supports other artists who are still finding their own voice in this field. A very supportive individual who has earned the support of his community
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Date of experience: August 2019
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MarkandMina wrote a review Aug 2017
Toronto, Canada19 contributions7 helpful votes
Gordon Dick is a talented artist and owner of this gallery/studio. We enjoyed viewing and discussing his work in progress as well as the pieces on display. He also represents a number of other talented native artists. We were fortunate to watch a totem pole being carved in the carving shed by a visiting artist who also spent the time to explain what he was doing. If you are interested in native art and in particular West Coast Art don't miss an opportunity to visit Ahtsik Native Art Gallery.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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cpetrizzo wrote a review Aug 2017
Broomfield, Colorado36 contributions17 helpful votes
It's so interesting to see a genuine totem pole in the act of being carved. But what's even better is the beautiful display of sculptures, carvings, and jewelry on display and for sale. And what's even better that is getting to talk with Gordon and learning more about his art and culture and the area. We really enjoyed our visit.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Marilyn B wrote a review Jun 2016
Vancouver, Canada9 contributions6 helpful votes
Outstanding selection of local First Nations art and jewellery. The owner, Gord, is also a carver and is happy to share his wealth of knowledge about First Nations culture and art. Even if you are not a collector, it's worth stopping by to have a look.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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David I wrote a review Jun 2016
Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada144 contributions42 helpful votes
This gallery is among the finest of the first nations art galleries we have visited and we have visited many., The owner, Gordon Dick is a true master and works in a variety mediums. His jewellery is beautiful and his wood carvings spectacular. We were fortunate to find him working at the gallery carving a commission piece. We spent close to an hour discussing West Coast First Nations art and geneology but most people would spend from 15 minutes to a half hour.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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