Welcome to Alcheringa Gallery. Leaders in Northwest Coast Contemporary Indigenous Fine Art.

Alcheringa Gallery - Canadian Art

Canadian art is as beautiful and diverse as the landscape itself. From Northwest Coast art in British Columbia to the Cree art of the plains, native Canadian art is internationally renowned for its originality and diverse subject matter.

Here at Alcheringa Gallery, we work with individual indigneous artists across Canada, and in other areas of the Pacific as well. We have become recognized as a leading advocate of contemporary indigneous fine arts and cultural exchange, and represent our artists by showing their work with dignity and respect.

Our selection of fine Canadian art includes paintings, prints, sculpture, carving, jewellery, baskets and other textiles. All are examples of individual artist excellence and are sought after by private collectors, museums, decorators, corporate clients and art enthusiasts worldwide.

Northwest Coast Canadian Art

Alcheringa Gallery is located in Victoria BC, in the heart of the great artistic traditions of the Coast Salish, Kwakwaka’wakw, and Nuu-chah-nulth nations. Our location makes it possible to work closely with Northwest Coast artists to meet the demand for contemporary native Canadian art that pushes the boundaries of expression and challenges your expectations.

Our Northwest Coast artists include Robert Davidson, Susan Point, John Marston, Rande Cook, lessLIE, Dylan Thomas, Mark Preston and many more from the Haida, Kwakwaka'wakw, Nuu Chah Nulth, Tlingit, Coast Salish and Tsimshian nations, to name a few.

Cree and Metis Canadian Art

Cree art comes from the heart of the Canadian prairies. Our artworks include a variety of carvings, paintings and mixed-media pieces from artists such as George Littlechild, Michael Robinson, Val Malesku, Gene Brabant and Joshua Prescott.

We’re also proud to present artwork from Rick Rivet, a Metis artist from the Northwest Territories.

We invite you to browse through our online catalogue, learn more about our artists and view our upcoming exhibitions.

If you have any questions about Indigenous Canadian art we’re always happy to hear from you. You can get in touch with us by phone (250.383.8224), by email (info (@) alcheringa-gallery.com) or by filling out our online contact form. You can also visit us in person at our gallery in downtown Victoria BC.