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Posted: June 27, 2020

Arts Council Gallery Gift Shop re-opened

Cranbrook and District Arts Council has now re-opened its Gallery Gift shop at 1013 Baker Street.

They are open to serve you from 10 a.m.– 2 p.m. Thursday to Saturday and have space for two shopping groups at a time.

Safety protocols have been put in place to ensure a safe shopping experience.  

After the complete cancellation of spring activities, Cranbrook Arts is busy planning how to begin new programming in a safe way for the fall. They are also about to begin further renovations at 1401 5th St N.  This exciting project already houses a complete and operational kitchen and workshop space. The next phase will see a completed gallery space as well as more workshop area.  

Cranbrook Arts offers work for sale from over 110 Kootenay based artists and artisans. They have filled the shop with new and beautiful handmade products such as pottery, felting, greeting cards, jewellery, as well as fabulous paintings.  This unique store has a plethora of options for all your artistic gift giving and décor needs.

Recent new artists to the shop include Gerri Binders whose pottery is well known at local Farmer’s Markets and Jeannette Oostlander whose paintings hang in many Western Canada galleries.  

If interested in supporting Cranbrook Arts, donations can be made in the store or on our website, www.cranbrookarts.com . If interested in joining the hardworking group of volunteers either on a committee or as an instructor please contact us by email at [email protected] .

All that is required is a love of art and willingness to give some time. It is not necessary to consider yourself an artist. Check our webpage at www.cranbrookarts.com, Facebook and Instagram accounts for updates.

Support local artists and artisans.  Live local, spend local, be local. 

Photo submitted by Cranbrook Arts

Cranbrook and District Arts Council


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