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Tangerine Dream Gallery and Studio

Confirmed: Mar. 6, 2013 (Archived)
1725 Cowichan Bay Road, Units B & C Cowichan Bay BC map
V0R 1N1

Contact Details

Lesley Fountain
250 589-2346

Booking Contact

Lesley Fountain
250 589-2346
No Longer Operating

Imagine Dockside Industrial meets Asian Fusion Decor, with lashings of Shabby Chic and Hand Painted Boho, and you will have conjured up Tangerine Dream Gallery and Studio. Once a fish processing plant, and most recently home to Emily Morgan Studio, this rather utilitarian space has been transformed into a funky and bright gallery, with a working artist studio next door that does double duty as a workshop space, offering a wide range of classes and workshops on offer from local artists and artisans.
The gallery is situated on the waterfront in the vibrant, eclectic seaside village of Cowichan Bay, in the Cowichan Valley, British Columbia, with breathtaking views of the boats, floating homes, and nearby Salt Spring Island. Brightly painted tangerine rolling barn doors with driftwood handles separate the gallery from the studio space.

The current exhibition of work includes recent work by gallery owners Lesley Fountain and Pipi Tustian, as well as original paintings by Wendy Oppelt and Daciana Dao, ceramics by Susan Whitham, wood carvings and prints by Richard Shaw, prints and cards by Carol Anne Shaw, and glass jewelry by Cheryl Bakke Martin.

Venue Specs

Liquor LicenseNone, All Ages or Provide your own
Rentable / Hosts Outside EventsYes

Listed Under:
Visual Arts >> Art Gallery - Commercial
Visual Arts >> Visual Arts Schools / Instruction
Visual Arts >> Visual Arts Studio space
Visual Arts >> Arts / Craft Supplies Retail


Listing last confirmed: Mar. 6, 2013


Future Events

The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.

The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division