D. Reynolds Gallery


2335 Granville Street. The Douglas Reynolds Gallery specializes in historic and contemporary Northwest Coast Native Art.

Vancouver, British Columbia
Joined July 2012


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  1. 7 hours ago

    2” wide chased silver bracelet by Kwakwaka’wakw artist Landon Gunn 📷: @douglasreynoldsgallery

  2. Jul 3

    We have just received Ben Davidson’s newest edition of prints titled Greatest Echo. We have matching number sets if you wanted to display all four prints together.

  3. Jul 2

    New Frog panel in yellow cedar by Haida artist Don Yeomans, based off an old print design of his from 1990. 📷: @douglasreynoldsgallery

  4. Jul 1

    Octopus Healer mask by Ken McNeil. Depicting an Octopus is common in shamanic art due to the animal’s transformative abilities. They are powerful sea spirit helpers and often associated with healing 🐙 can you spot the blue tentacles clinging to the face of the mask?

  5. Jun 30

    Our summer newsletter just went out - Send us a DM so you don’t miss out next time! This one features exciting new works like these Jim McGuire Bentwood box pendants. 📷: @douglasreynoldsgallery

  6. Jun 29

    Bronze Bill Reid Bear door pull. Formerly located at the Craft Council of BC on Granville Island. 📷: @douglasreynoldsgallery

  7. Jun 28

    This Dempsey Bob Eagle and Beaver mask is carved so smoothly in alder that it appears to be sculpted. Beavers are well known for their industriousness and are common inhabitants along the Northwest Coast.

  8. Jun 27

    “Storage Chest Doodle” - Robert Davidson’s newest original painting has just come into the gallery. This painting is based off the design commonly seen on the sides of traditional bentwood boxes and chests.

  9. Jun 26

    Baskets galore! We have a beautiful new selection of expertly-woven, fully-imbricated baskets made of cedar root and cherry bark.

  10. Jun 25

    Winking Owl and Eagle pole by Francis Horne Jr. 🦉 Owls are believed to have supernatural powers along the Northwest Coast and are often associated with wisdom, foreknowledge and perception. They are also strongly associated with the spirit world.

  11. Jun 7

    Blue Moon Wolf & Killer Whale Transformation panel by Salish artist Luke Marston. This 53” diameter red cedar panel details the story of a young boy who was given the power to transform into a Wolf for hunting and a Killer Whale for fishing.

  12. Jun 6

    “A Matter of Perspective” bracelet by Heiltsuk artist Shawn Hunt. In the palm of the hand you will see a canoe carrying Raven, Eagle and Frog. The human itself also doubles as a Frog facing the opposite direction.

  13. Jun 5
  14. Jun 4

    “Keeper of the Fog” panel with abalone shell by Moy Sutherland. This panel explains the Nuu-Chah-Nulth legend of Heron and Wolf. The Wolf can be seen tucked into the lower right corner of the panel and the Heron sweeps across the upper left.

  15. Jun 3

    Saying goodbye to Xyaalang (“Dancing”) by Robert Davidson: Progression of Form pg. 24 cites Robert as using this fantastic contemporary work to ask what can be defined as Haida Art - the use of traditional forms and stories or by a formal realm of colour, shape and design.

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  18. May 30

    Custom wedding bands: you choose size, animal and setting. Check out this Wolf ring with diamond in the eye by Hollie Bear Bartlett.

  19. May 29
  20. May 28

    When less is more. A beautiful unpainted panel by Tlingit artist Rob Mills titled Embryonic Eagle. “Eagle understands the importance of perpetuating growth by staying fluid, evolving, shifting, and morphing consciousness; continually producing a better version of himself”.


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