Fall Newsletter

Collections and Commissions We had a surprisingly busy summer at the gallery, and as we head into fall we wanted to take a moment to reflect on the happenings of the past few months. Though many of us had to change our summer plans and stay closer to home, it was nice to see many Read more »

Summer Newsletter

Summer Newsletter As we enter the summer months and life returns to the city, we wanted to take the opportunity to lift the veil on some of the processes and techniques that are involved in bringing beautiful, carved works that we see in the gallery to life! Cedar, in all its forms – the wood, Read more »

The World of Northwest Coast Printmaking

With gallery life quieting down a bit over the last few weeks, we thought we would take the opportunity to put together a Spring Newsletter that we have always wanted to write but never quite had the time to give it the full treatment it deserves: the unique and multifaceted world of Northwest Coast printmaking! Read more »

25th Anniversary Newsletter

25th Anniversary   Preparing for the first-ever show at the Douglas Reynolds Gallery, 1995. Where it all began… These days, many people are reflecting on the past and how their lives have brought them to where they are today. I’m finding this crazy time especially reflective, as today marks the 25th anniversary of the opening of my gallery on Read more »


Deep Roots Masks, frontlets, and headdresses have been carved, danced and treasured since time immemorial. They are an integral part of Northwest Coast culture and are one of the most recognizable and sought after artforms. Masks are beautiful, intricate, dynamic and symbolic. They are among the most personal of artforms. Potlatch Masks Potlatches are feasts that Read more »


Our August newsletter focuses on the development of panels as a style of Northwest Coast Art. Panels can be bold, striking, and monumental like totem poles with a depth of carving that draws awe and stimulates conversation. Like paintings and bentwood boxes panel artwork allows an artist to articulate crests and stories into defined spaces, Read more »

BILL REID (1920 – 1998)

“I consider myself one of the most fortunate of men, to have lived at a time when some of the old Haidas and their peers among the Northwest Coast peoples were still alive, and to have had the privilege of knowing them.” Bill Reid – from introduction to The Raven Steals the Light, 1984. Hinged Gold Bracelet, 1957 Read more »

As seen on Daily Hive Vancouver

An Indigenous art collection is the hidden gem of this TELUS skyscraper. Skyscrapers are certainly not what you expect to associate with the liveliness of BC’s nature and culture, but high up in a downtown Vancouver skyscraper is a magnificent collection of Indigenous art. Several Indigenous artists contributed to an art installation art on the 24th Read more »


Feature: The Carving of a Totem Pole Poles were historically carved to commemorate a special event, to archive a family history, or to tell a story. Poles continue to be made in this same fashion today and we are excited to share with you a current totem pole commission with Haida artist Robert Davidson. This 22’ Read more »


Bentwood boxes are among the most versatile objects made by the Northwest Coast peoples. They were made using an ingenious but difficult technique to master that was specific to the Pacific Northwest region. Bentwood boxes are unique in that three of their four corners are bent at a 90-degree angle, with the fourth corner being Read more »