New Westminster Cultural Crawl Venues and Studios
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Amelia Douglas Gallery
700 Royal Avenue
This Collection is called "Everyone Talks About the Weather" after the first painting in what has morphed into a series. Most of the paintings are presented as weather reports.
Art of Law Gallery
711 Columbia St
The Art of Law Gallery presents art work that embodies social justice and represents community involvement.
Arts Council Gallery in Queens Park
Centennial Lodge, Queens Park
The Arts Council Gallery: featuring our Art Rental. Sixteen divers Artists will be representing various media, Oils, Acrylics and Watercolours depicting a variety of subjects. Hours are 1 to 5pm
Brick & Mortar Living
42 Begbie St
A quaint little shop in the heart of historic downtown New Westminster, filled with local designs, unique gifts and nostalgia for the home. Our mission is to bring a sense of community, warmth and merriment to the adventure we call shopping.
Brookes Art Studio
226 Brookes Street
My studio is my garage in Queensborough New Westminster. I like creating in the neighbourhood which in fact becomes a big part of my art-focus.
623 Front Street
Just opened, FAT Paint sells a unique paint that is perfect for recreating new or reclaimed furniture, frames and other home decor items into beautiful, eclectic, personality filled pieces for your home!
Featuring local artists Brett Rafferty & RVN Industrial Lighting
Fraser River Discovery Centre
788 Quayside Drive
Visit *Click* Photos of the Fraser and other interactive exhibits for the whole family. Seeking photographic submissions for 2013 *Click*exhibit until August 15. Theme: Industry
Gabor Gasztonyi Studio
A full service photographic studio and gallery showcasing award-winning photographer Gabor Gasztonyi's classic black and white photographic images and original oil paintings by Judith Copland.
131 8th Street
Historic Galbraith Manor is a conference centre that offers a full range of services. Whether a wedding or a workshop, your event will be beautiful in one of our stately meeting rooms, with access to our in-house caterer.
Irving House- New Westminster Museum & Archive
302 Royal Avenue
Step through the doors of Irving House and experience the 1800s through the intimacy of a family home. See what New Westminster was like during the Victorian era in the oldest intact house in the Lower Mainland.
329 Devoy Street
Artist Margaret Halsey works in watercolour, pastel, acrylic, and ink. Her subject matter ranges from landscape scenery inspired by her travels and portraits of dogs.