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  1099068 BC Ltd  
Contact: Vineet Miglani
Phone: 604.401.0232
Address: 350 Glassford Road, Gibsons, BC, V0N1V8 
 Description: High Beam Dreams is a an exciting new events and wedding space in beautiful Gibsons. In a short span of an years High Beam Dreams has hosted music concerts, theater productions, workshops, film festivals, private parties and is now all ready to step into the brave world of an art gallery.
Contact: Michael Aagaard
Phone: 604.366.0764
Website: Fine Art Wildlife and Nature Photography 
Address: 1428 Gower Point Rd, Gibsons 
 Description: Michael Aagaard is a passionate wildlife and nature photographer. He photographs a wide variety of scenery and wildlife, but his main subjects are owls, kingfishers and hummingbirds. Michael’s art revolves around carpeting intimate moments in nature that convey the personality and beauty of wild creatures. Fine art prints and calendars are available. Please call for more information.
  26 Steamer Trunks  
Contact: Eugenia Stephenson
Phone: 604.886.9267
Address: 972 Metcalfe Road 
 Description: Eugenia Stephenson shares her wearable art, photographs, prints and jewellery in her cottage studio. Her husband, Michael, adds photographs from the last 65 years. Visit by appointment only. 972 Metcalfe Rd, Roberts Creek. Call 604-886-9267
  26 Steamer Trunks  
Contact: Michael Stephenson
Phone: 604.886.9267
Address: 972 Metcalfe Road, Roberts Creek 
 Description: Photographer with collection for the last 65 years.
  636 Glen Road, Gibsons, showing at Hiroshi's during Crawl  
Contact: Sheila Watkins
Phone: 604.886.3770
Address: 636 Glen Road, Gibsons, V0N 1V9 
  Alchemy Jewellery & Metal  
Contact: Diane Clark
Phone: 604.886.7302
Address: Gibsons, with Suzy Naylor, 2991 Grauman during Art Crawl 
 Description: Jeweller working with sterling silver & gemstones. That 'alchemy of having metal become malleable and transform into jewellery & sculpture creates a sense of wonder for Diane and shows in her work.
  Alisa Drake  
Phone: 778.874.2490
Address: 1517 Islandview Drive 
 Description: My name is Alisa Drake. I love oil painting. I moved to the Sunshine Coast from Saskatoon after marrying a local. I have been in love with the ocean. This inspires me to paint seascapes. I have found painting to be calming and comforting.
  Alison J Taylor  
Phone: 604.885.9756
Website: Alison J Taylor: Artist, Painter, Quiltmaker 
Address: 8132 Southwood Road, Halfmoon Bay 
 Description: Since graduating from Emily Carr University in 2009, I have focused on painting, creating both abstract and representational works. I work in various media; at the moment, most of my work is in oil and cold wax. The subtext for my work is usually my concern for the environment and biodiversity. But often I simply paint what interests me visually. Painting is an act of exploration. Through the process, I identify and express thoughts, feelings and philosophies that guide my life. Painting helps me make sense of my experience living in this era of history.
  Allyson Clay  
Phone: 604.802.2406
Address: 8240 Redrooffs Road, Halfmoon Bay 
 Description: Clay has a BFA from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, an MFA from U.B.C. Vancouver and has exhibited nationally and internationally for over 30 years. Her work resides in many collections including the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, the Banff Centre, and the Art Gallery of Windsor. Awards include, Senior Artist Grants from the Canada Council, the Mexico/Canada/USA Artist Exchange Residency, and the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Residency Program. Over the years Clay’s work has employed painting, photography, video, and text, either in and of themselves, or as part of an installation. Clay’s last body of exhibited work, shown at the McLaren Art Gallery in Barrie Ontario and Elan Gallery, Vancouver, was a series of monochrome paintings on shaped aluminum panels.
  AMACATA Design Concepts  
Address: 1599 Grady Rd. (Upstairs on the right), Gibsons 
 Description: Daphne is a natural dye artist and slow fashion advocate. Having been a garment developer for years within international sportswear companies, she made a career transition in August 2016. Through her work, the intention is to spread awareness towards slow fashion alternatives and (re)connectedness to nature, as a means to alter society’s reliance on fast fashion. With nature as her guide, she advocates a cultural shift toward slowing down life’s pace, thus supporting socially and environmentally conscious living. The return to harmoniously working with nature rather than against it.
  Amber Road Pottery  
Contact: Alex Ora
Phone: 604.740.3754
Address: 7499 Amber Road, Tuwanek 
 Description: Offering claywork/pottery throwing classes, weekly for adults and seasonal week long session for kids, spring break and all summer long. Check out the small display room featuring functional pottery made in the studio.
  Anders Petersen  
Contact: Theressa Logan
Phone: 604.989.7086
Website: Artwork by Anders Petersen and Display of Classic Airplanes 
Address: 5987 Sechelt Inlet Rd 
 Description: Oil on Canvas, West Coast, vibrant, rich colour, connecting with nature.
  Andrea Pratt  
Phone: 778.997.1411
Website: Andrea Pratt 
Address: 1509 Langdale Rd, Gibsons, at Drift Café, 546 Gibsons Way during Art Crawl 2019 
 Description: Original paintings and drawings (and notecards) based on Andrea's contemporary vision of British Columbia, its land and its creatures.
  Anna Green Art  
Contact: Anna Green
Phone: 604.219.5787
Address: Molly's Lane, 287 Lower Gower Pt Rd, Gibsons during Art Crawl AND 4260 Orca Rd, Garden Bay 
 Description: Visit Anna Green at her studio & gallery at Molly's Seaside Market, where you find her soulful, whimsical figurative paintings. All Sizes, acrylic on Canvas.Her themes celebrate the feminine spirit, from mermaids, fairies and yogis to women embracing friendship and the joy of living. Anna is also a yoga teacher/yoga therapist, offering small and private classes/services from her home studio.
  Anna Miller  
Phone: 604.886.9393
Address: 605 Woodland Avenue, Gibsons 
 Description: Acrylic and mixed media paintings, bright and colourful abstracts, inspired by sharing vision through each other’s eyes.
  Annie Aculiak Studio & Inuit Gallery  
Contact: Annie Aculiak
Phone: 604.989.7181
Address: 5700 Cowrie St, Sechelt 
 Description: Born somewhere near Port Harrison Northern Quebec on the Hudson Bay. She is considered to be on of the very last Eskimo born in an igloo on Canadian soil. The Aculiak family art and carvings are world renowned and in many international collections. Hrs Mon-Fri 10-6pm, Sat-Sun 10-4pm.
  Ann-Margaret Sumner  
Phone: 604.886.7640
Address: #1 - 689 Park Rd, Gibsons 
 Description: Supporter and appreciator of everything Arts and Culture!
  Anthony (Tony) Hurley  
Phone: 604.740.5773
Address: 3172 Mossy Rock Road, Roberts Creek 
 Description: Garden Studio at the end of cul-de-sac. Advertising photographer and creator of unusual, fun ceramics. Joined by Pauline Hurley, acrylic painter, clay sculpting and folk art.
  Art meets Chocolate  
Contact: Sylvia Punguntzky
Phone: 604.961.9384
Website: Neighbourhood Art Chocolate 
Address: 356 Vanguard, Gambier Is, Community Hall during Art Crawl 2019 
 Description: "As an art loving chocolatier, I aim to fuse the creativity of artisan chocolate making with the inspiring talents of local artists while showcasing the unique feel of various British Columbian neighborhoods." With Love, Sylvie
  Arteliers C & C  
Contact: Chris Cozea
Phone: 778.487.2035
Website: Visual arts in oil painting, art installations, fibre arts 
Address: 12918 Dogwood Drive 
 Description: Arteliers C & C is the studio of Chris Cozea and Carol Ann MacArthur in Madeira Park. Chris has been oil painting in a distinctive surreal style since 1980, working on canvas, wood panels and various mix media installations. He creates novel expressions as Modern Devotional Art by using recovered wood and other repurposed materials, drawing inspiration from cross-cultural themes and nature. Carol creates a variety of decorative and practical objects, using fibers, paper, wood and ceramic. Her esthetically pleasing creations aim to evoke joy in everyday items. Remarkably, Carol’s work reflects her earliest passion for naïve art.

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