Hill's Native Art Gallery is situated in Vancouver's historic core of Gastown, but the cultural traditions on display within are far more venerable than the modern city. You'll find spectacular carvings and paintings representative of world-famous Northwest Coast First Nations artistry as well as works from other corners of indigenous North America--including an astonishing collection of Inuit soapstone statuettes. Traditional and contemporary styles overlap here, showcasing the amazing breadth and depth of Native North America's creative expression.
Prepare to be dazzled by three floors of phenomenal historical and modern creations made by indigenous artists at Hill's Native Art Gallery. It adds a whole other dimension to Gastown's rich heritage.
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