At Spirits of the West Coast Art Gallery we offer a unique and authentic Indigenous experience to our visitors and customers. Our focus is on hand-made artwork and jewelry by skilled Northwest Coast Indigenous artists living within their Indigenous communities and actively involved in their cultures. Our goal is to uplift and amplify the voices of First Nations artists and their cultures for our visitors and customers to discover and learn. Authentic Indigenous artwork is built on vibrant and inspiring cultural traditions that have existed since time immemorial. Our gallery is an excellent opportunity to learn more about Northwest Coast First Nations cultures and find meaningful one-of-a-kind works of art. By acquiring a piece of Northwest Coast First Nations artwork you are contributing to these indigenous artists and communities directly, helping them and their culture flourish.
Since 2006 Spirits of the West Coast has been curating and presenting Pacific Northwest Coast Indigenous artwork including masks, totem poles, paddles, argillite carvings, sculptures, and limited edition prints as well as silver and gold jewelry including rings, custom wedding bands, bracelets, earrings, and pendants. Explore the largest selection of authentic Northwest Coast art and jewelry in the Comox Valley!
We are committed to promoting Northwest Coast Art and Culture worldwide, providing excellent value, quality, information and service to our customers and visitors. Find beautiful and affordable gifts or one-of-a-kind masterpieces in the gallery and online. International shipping is available.
We gratefully and respectfully acknowledge the K’ómoks First Nations, on whose unceded traditional territories it is an honour and a privilege to live and work.
Our 1400 sq ft gallery is open Monday to Saturday 10am – 5pm. Visit virtually HERE.
In 2022 local Pentl’ach/K’ómoks and Kwaguʼł artist Karver Everson, with the help of Junior Henderson of the Wei Wai Kum First Nation in Campbell River, created a totem pole for the front of our gallery that represents our goal of uplifting and showcasing Indigenous Northwest Coast art, culture and voices to the world. Learn more below: