Tuesday – Saturday: 10am – 5 pm.
Welcome to Peace Gallery North. We are honoured to represent many of the Peace Region’s finest artists and artisans, both established and emerging. Peace Gallery North’s collection of art, in a broad range of media, showcases the dynamic and innovative. The artists we represent continually offer the highest quality of work while exploring fresh ideas and ways of expressing themselves. Join us every month for a new exhibition, with both group and solo shows.
Peace Gallery North is proudly supported by the Peace Arts Gallery Society (PAGS), a not-for-profit society and a registered charity since 1988. The society’s purpose is to promote and encourage a facility for the display and appreciation of the arts, and aid those directly engaged in the practice of the arts, in the Peace River area of the Province of British Columbia.
One way you can join us in supporting these endeavors is by becoming a member of PAGS. Funds generated through membership sales help to offset the operational costs of the gallery so that we may continue to provide quality arts programming and instructional opportunities to our community.
Also, membership stats can help reflect our usership, and are a clear indicator to our funders that we have the support of individuals in our community. We welcome established and emerging artists, art lovers, and their friends and family to make an affordable, valuable contribution to this creative community by becoming a member for $25/year.
PAGS Membership Includes:
- A voting membership in the Peace Arts Gallery Society
- Monthly updates on arts events through our members mailing list
- Invitation to exhibition openings & workshops
- Entry in an annual group exhibition exclusively for members
- Access to an art drop in space once a month
As of June 2018, Peace Gallery North will also require a membership be purchased before an artist is eligible for an exhibition in the temporary gallery, and also if they wish to sell their artwork in the gift shop inventory, as a gesture of their support for the gallery and PAGS. If interested, all artists with a current membership may submit to have their work featured on the gallery social media channels.
If you are interested in becoming a member, in submitting your work for inclusion in the gift shop, or would like an exhibition of your work to be considered for future shows, please email the gallery and we will send you the appropriate details.
In addition to paintings in oil, acrylic, mixed media and pastel work, we carry watercolours by a number of local artists and a large selection of hand-pulled prints. This region has a great number of printmakers specializing in linocuts, etchings and monoprints as well as collographs and solar prints.
You can discover a wide selection of pottery by artisans from across British Columbia, along with work in wood, metal and glass, and our wide range of art cards featuring photographs of our beautiful Peace Region, and wonderful antler carvings by an accomplished local artist.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for any inquiries. We invite you to come into the gallery which is located in the North Peace Cultural Centre, Fort St John at the intersection of 100th Street and 100th Avenue to view unique, one-of-a-kind art pieces. Peace Gallery North has a Facebook page which is constantly updated with what’s going on in the gallery.
You can keep up with what’s going on in the gallery by sending us your email address – you will receive notification of all the news.
Thank you, and hope to see you soon!
Come learn new pastel techniques from Frances Obie! An accomplished and award-winning artist, Frances specializes in soft pastel and her work is beautiful. Creating dark-toned artwork on black backgrounds is a new workshop from Frances and promises to be fun and engaging.
Sturgill is a magnificent, life-size driftwood sculpture of a male moose created by local FSJ artist Michelle Pringle as a piece of her Drifters collection. We are asking for the community to donate, and collectively become the owners in this public art initiative with the North Peace Cultural Centre as custodians.