Artists & Galleries

Regular exhibitions by talented local artists can be viewed and purchased at the Terrace Art Gallery, the Red Raven Gallery, and local coffee shops and bistros.  Take a tour of the stunning salmon murals that grace the building walls in downtown Terrace, and check out the Freda Diesling School of Indigenous Art at Coast Mountain College and be inspired by the next generation of indigenous artists. 

Throughout the summer months, check out the talented artists creating amazing murals on building walls throughout the city.  Now going into its third year, the annual Salmon Art Festival showcases the cultural importance of salmon as depicted through amazing works of art.

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    Mountain Side Gallery 

    & Framing 

    We are a local Art Gallery featuring the best of NORTHERN B.C. artists working in all media including ceramics, wood carving, painting and drawing, fabric and fibre as well as photography and stained glass.

     

    First Nations Artists are represented, including graduates of the Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art.

     

    We also offer a full service framing shop at our location in the Skeena Landing.

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    Terrace Art Gallery

    To enrich local and regional culture by providing a continuous exposure to the visual arts and encouraging community involvement through outreach, education, and service. 

     

    Terrace Art Gallery liaises with local businesses to display local artists works (both emerging and professional).


    Please visit: Bert's Deli, Misty River Books, Terrace Public Library, the Constituency Office, and SpeeDee Mills Printers
    to view these mini exhibitions...

  • Joe Mandur Jr.

    Joe is an artist experienced with the mediums of stone, wood, metal and paper. He began carving in 1979, as a novice, working with carvers in the Pacific Northwest of British Columbia. Over the years he learned much, but there were gaps in his learning. He followed his drive for excellence, saved his earnings, and attended the Kitanmax School of Northwest Coast Art in Hazelton for three years, graduating in 1997. “Art gives voice to the conformist and non-conformist in his personality; his intelligence and wit shine through in his pieces.” Joe says that being a creator of art brings him closest to his spirit and state of bliss. “I am honored to be able to speak the language of Northwest Coast Art. When I work, time passes quickly, and yet, the work has an eternal quality of the spirit and will speak to many people.” Joe currently lives and works out of Terrace, British Columbia.

Kermodei Tourism- Visitor Centre 

4511  Keith Ave.

V8G 1K1 Terrace BC

Phone: 250-635-4944

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