The Comox Valley celebrates its many artists throughout the regional district at numerous venues and galleries. With abundant resources for inspiration, it is no wonder why so many artists make the Valley their home. Visit any of Comox Valley area galleries and artist studios and you may even find your own inspiration through taking one of the many artist workshops. There is an artist in everyone, come and discover yours.
Numerous other galleries and countless festivals throughout the year, celebrate the local creative culture of the Valley and the West Coast.
To find many of our local area artists, visit the Central Island Arts Guide online, get involved in local arts and culture by joining in at Comox Valley Arts (community Arts Council) or stay up-to-date by following their Facebook page.
Offering a stunning collection of First Nation masks, prints, gold and silver jewelry, wood carvings and more. Featuring works from over 50 talented First Nation Artists.
Comox Valley Art Gallery
The Comox Valley Art Gallery is a public art gallery featuring contemporary, experimental and applied art by regional, national and international artists presenting contemporary art issues and practices.
Pearl Ellis Gallery
The Gallery is a non-profit art gallery run by volunteers and dedicated to fine arts in the Comox Valley by providing a location that affords a showcase for local talent. Many student groups in the Comox Valley have the annual shows here and for many budding artists, this is their first experience having their work on public view.
Spirits of the West Coast Art Gallery
Spirits of the West Coast Art Gallery features many Northwest Coast Native Artists. These Native American artists, sculptors, carvers, painters and jewellers are from Haida, Kwakwaka’wakw or Kwakiutl, Nuu-chah-nulth, Tsimshian, Heiltsuk, Coast Salish and other First Nations from the Pacific Northwest.