The Sea to Sky Corridor attracts and inspires painters, sculptors, artisans, writers, photographers, filmmakers and performers from all over the world. They come here to live, work, play and most of all create in the incredible surroundings of ocean, lakes and mountains. Our Artist Gallery represents a small number of the hundreds of emerging and professional artists living from Lions Bay to Mt. Currie.
Born in Oakville, Ontario in 1978, Alison moved to Toronto in 2000 to study at the Ontario College of Art & Design. During her years of education, Alison studied graphic Read More
As soloist, chamber and orchestral musician, harpist Alison Hunter has been playing professionally for more than thirty years. Originally from Vancouver, BC, she studied harp in Europe as well at Read More
ALLI VAN GRUEN
Paint is lush and wet. Colour is exotic and rich. Together they excite emotions in us and awaken our senses. Through the paint medium, the artist challenges the viewer to Read More
Andrea’s newest body of work takes a look at relationships. Her work examines the relationship between human experience, memory, language, the land, and the impact they have on each other. Read More
Anette loves taking art classes in new places when she travels. She enjoys to connect with other artists in different countries to get new inspiration and learn new techniques. Her Read More
Anne paints in watercolor, acrylic and oil. Her work is inspired by observations of the ever-changing landscape where she lives, whether in Whistler or Mexico. Anne Popma has been a Read More