Art Galleries


GRIZZLY SPECTRUM 60” x 60” Acrylic on Canvas with semi-precious gemstones
For the fourth consecutive year, we are pleased to host a solo exhibition of new work by prominent B.C. painter Shannon Ford. With a background as a jeweller, Shannon takes a spirited approached to her wildlife paintings by embedding semi-precious gemstones into the surface of her canvases. Shannon’s work is proudly showcased in corporate and private collections around the world. Please join us for the special exhibition on Feb. 14.

English Walnut, Bubinga Inlay, Clear Resin, Polished Steel

Benjamin McLaughlin is a practicing industrial designer in Vancouver, with a Bachelor of Industrial Design from Emily Carr University of Art + Design. Frequent alpine adventures in the lush, coastal forests of the Pacific Northwest continue to provide an abundance of energy and inspiration for his wood-based design work.

Available at Mountain Galleries at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler.
604-935-1862 |


BEGIN AGAIN 30” x 36” Acrylic & Resin on
Cradled Panel

Residing in a small mountain town in the Canadian Rockies, Kerry Langlois’ connection with her environment has greatly inspired her artwork. Working primarily in acrylic and resin on birch, Kerry is known for her contemporary representation of nature through minimalist landscapes, and monochromatic portraits of forest finds. A deep fascination for the haunting beauty and mysterious temperament of the mountains is delicately and deliberately captured within her paintings.

ALL KINDS OF WEATHER 36” x 60” Oil on Gallery Canvas
Dana Irving’s unique style, has been aptly described as “Emily Carr meets Dr. Seuss” and is born of a deep affection for the Canadian landscape. From her childhood in rural Prince George, B.C., surrounded by pine trees and lakes, to her subsequent home on the West Coast, nature has left an indelible mark on her sense of aesthetics and place.

Available at Adele Campbell Fine Art Gallery, The Westin Resort & Spa.  
604-938-0887 |


The search for fall colours finally met with success as I found myself far up the Mamquam River outside of Squamish. As the evening began to cast its shadow over the rocks and water, it provided a beautiful contrast with the leaves glowing in the sunset.

Available at the Mark Richards Gallery, Hilton Whistler Resort and Spa.  
604-932-1911 |


THINGS TO COME 50”x 40” C-print, aluminum, plexiglass, ed./20
Jay Kelly is a prominent collage artist known for his incredible imagery created with tiny bits of paper torn from collected vintage novels, history books and full-colour ads from the 1950s & ’60s LIFE magazines.

PARK CITY- ST. MORITZ 44” x 42” Oil on Canvas
Ross Tamlin’s paintings incorporate the aesthetics of the modern industrial technique and continue to mystify collectors with combining corrugated iron and bold modern signage, which together offer layers of visual interpretation and illusion.

CLIMBER 15” x 8” x 7” Cast Aluminum ed./75
Bill Starke is an artist whose extensive anatomical education plays a vital role in the development of his work and choice of subject matter. His ability to understand and recreate the complexity of figures is captivating.

Available at the Whistler Contemporary Gallery, with locations in the Hilton Whistler Resort & Spa and Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler.
604-938-3001 |

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