A guide from the Museum of Anthropology recommended this small gallery to us. This is a very good place to find out more about Bill Reid's influence and the scope of his works of art. The staff are very knowledgeable and helpful. The small gift shop itself is a treasure. It's really worth visiting this gallery once.
Bill Reid, a master sculptor, goldsmith, writer and mentor, has his sculpture on the Canadian $20 bill. The treasure of the town hall of UBC Anthropology Museum is Bill Reid's woodcarving Raven and First Resident. Bill Reid Gallery is on the second floor behind Cathedral Place and opposite HSBC obliquely. Tickets are 13, free for children under 12.
This gallery is also located in downtown Vancouver. It's really magnificent.
I like this gallery very much. There are not only abundant Tibetan paintings, but also many benefits for you.
I like this gallery very much. It's full of academic atmosphere and architectural style.
The exhibits in the gallery are very precious and full of artistic sense.
The Gallery holds a personal painting exhibition... These are one.
There are beautiful totem poles, gold and silver jewelry, and other artists and his own works. It feels good to be in a very central place.
A local artist's exclusive gallery contains his works.