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.
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. We offer layaway plans so the cost of higher priced items can be spread out over three months – ask for details about this.
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!
Tuesday – Saturday: 10am – 5 pm.
In addition to works by Gallery artists, January will see some engaging artwork by local students. In November gallery manager Lisa MacLean did two workshops on Modern Art with grade 4-9 students at Freedom Thinkers Education, a local independent school in Baldonnel. The students worked together very hard and enjoyed their experience of doing so with a different perspective and appreciation. On January 18, School District #60 gifted students will be building their versions of the very humorous Rube Goldberg Machines in the gallery and adjoining Multipurpose Room. These devices are named after the Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist Rube Goldberg who depicted wacky, convoluted inventions to perform simple and mundane tasks in his cartoons.
The market is open during regular Gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm (closed for lunch between 12 and 1). We will be collaborating with the Cultural Centre, the Aboriginal Artists' Market, and the Artisan Farmhouse on a festive "art walk" style opening, called Candy Cane Lane, with live music and other fun stuff, on Friday Dec 1 from 7-9.
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.
Varieties of Abstraction brings together five artists who share their individual views of the world around them in works that show us the beauty that lies in abstract art. Although not realistic depictions of their subjects, these varied pieces appeal to both the eye and the brain, giving us alternative views of the natural and human landscapes.
Join us for some gingerbread fun on Saturday November 18th from 1pm - 4pm and learn how to master the art of decorating the perfect gingerbread just in time for the City of Fort St John gingerbread house contest "Build a Canadian Dreamhouse" on December 1st!
Join us for a chance to follow in the footsteps of those who have discovered the amazing possibilities of cutting and printing a wood block. Woodcuts are the oldest of all the printmaking techniques and a very exciting and satisfying way of making art.
Oct 6-28 Flora & Fauna exhibit will feature block prints by Catherine Ruddell and driftwood sculptures by Michelle Pringle. There will be an Opening reception on Friday, October 6th at 7pm