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The Judy Hill Gallery
Pacific Northwest Native Art and Crafts
Huy ch q'u Siem* and Welcome to the Judy Hill Gallery in Duncan, "the City of Totems" on Vancouver Island in Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
If you are looking for Pacific Northwest Coast Native art, whether it's totem poles, bentwood cedar boxes, custom designed native jewelry, Cowichan Sweaters, carved masks or other unique gift items, visiting this gallery is a must.
The gallery houses work from over one hundred native artists representing all regions of the Pacific Northwest. To gain a better understanding of the native regions and find a listing of the different artists represented by region look at our Native Regions page.
All of the art within the gallery has been selected for its superlative design and detailing. Discuss your purchase decision with a native art expert who will ensure that your selection is matched with your tastes and wallet. To read about the expertise of Judy Hill and her staff go to Meet Judy Hill.
If you are a collector of baskets or appreciate artifacts, the Judy Hill Gallery Private Collection is a place you should not miss. Enjoy a full range of art both privately owned and for sale in a variety of price ranges.
More importantly, if you just want to talk, discuss availability of an art item or get more information about our artwork, please Contact Us. We are committed to the satisfaction of our customers with service that is both expert and friendly.
Please come and visit us soon.
Click here to view fabulous photos of the Hunt Family Potlatch. These photos depict the preparation and the ceremonial burning of a family totem.
As part of their Feast there was dancing, featuring the Raven with his transformational mask that opens. These are incredible photographs of events very few of us are fortunate to witness. Sincerest thanks to the Hunt family for permission to use these pictures.
Here also, thanks to the Hunt Family, are photographs of their 2004 Potlatch which included the Initation of a Hamatsa Dancer.
* Thank you all
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