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- My wife and I visited the studio and enjoyed watching artisans at work. The finished products were excellent. We bought a particularly attractive glass bowl.Written August 7, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Quartier Petit-Champlain is full of little shops. This one stands out for the tall wooden, Pinocchio-like figure outside the shop, inviting you to see the range of gifts inside, be they small ones or big ones. There was the chance to take a tour of the premises. Even if you don't buy a trinket you will be impressed by the quality of the work.Written August 19, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- My first visit to Quebec City found me in Alain's gallery where i was welcomed by Barbara and Alain. I was immediately struck by Alain's artistic style, his enthusiasm for his work and willingness to share an explanation of both his original paintings and etchings.
In my view Alain's work is outstanding. Both Alain and Barbara were a joy to meet. I resulted in purchasing two beautiful original oils which were forwarded to me in the UK in perfect condition and now grace my living room.Written November 18, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The restaurant was recommended by the clerk at our hotel. It is a small place with limited seating but the food is great. We went there for lunch. We both ordered sandwiches and they were delicious. Service was good and food is cooked within sight of customers! Small but packs a punch!Written June 1, 2019
- Although information on the gallery says it has closed as many of the works were transferred to the Musée de Beaux Arts, the gallery was open when we were there and had no signs of closing. They did tell us that over two thousand of their pieces were transferred to the Musée. It is full of beautiful Inuit Art, more expensive than the average tourist is willing to pay but still beautiful to look at.Written November 12, 2019
- Just beside the large historical mural near Place Royale this is one of the less touristy shops selling quality goods made by local crafters. Several very nice art galleries across the street. Worth stopping in.Written November 12, 2019
- Located at the base of the steps to Petit Champlain and across from the Funicular, Alliage caught my eye with its hand-sewn stuffed animals in playfully quaint textiles.
Inside the store was some fine pottery, pewter earrings, cutest pet pillows, and vegan leather totes that are reversible! Other designer housewares are presented so well that it almost felt like a modern museum. In fact, their business card stated: id Quebec
Prices are moderate to fair, and this will appeal to those who shy away from the typical souvenir shops that sell similar items made in other countries.Written April 7, 2018
- One thing you will not run short of in the Old Town is artists' shops. This one had the work of several artists for sale. It is a small shop in the lovely Quartier Petit-Champlain in the Lower Town. Art is in the eye of the beholder. I did find a set of water colours re scenes in the Upper Town and Lower Town as a momento for the trip. Sales staff was very pleasant.Written August 17, 2022