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Local Art

We are now featuring work from local artists in our space -  Visit us each month for Downtown Vancouver's First Friday, a great way to support our community and find out what's happening.


After you decide which art work you'd like to purchase, Venmo the artist and let them know which piece you're purchasing and your contact info to arrange pick up.



I am happy to share my art across the globe. At 25 while living in NYC I restored and conserved 14th-15th-16th century French and Flemish also Medieval tapestries that now reside in museums and residences. This talent has transformed into my art displayed, I am happy to share with you. Many THANKS to Nico for being an amazing friend on our journey through life - love you, mean it, forever.  


Reahna Miller

Creative expression is my deep non-guilty obsession. An old piece of furniture, a piece of wood, rocks; I see blank canvases everywhere. My mind is always thinking about how I can transform the simplest things into works of art. It is because of that adventuring creative spirit that you will see a range of styles and substrates I use to create.

When I discovered alcohol ink, I fell in love. Alcohol ink is so unruly and unpredictable, it’s liberating. The ink demands the artist let go and allow the life of the piece to become organically. It is peaceful.

It is an amazing feeling, sharing my passion. My hope is you enjoy my work as much as I love creating it.


Joe Reece


Joe Reece grew up in the Pacific Northwest and began his photography journey over 20 years ago after photographing a friends wedding. That sparked an interest into all types of photography and Joe found landscape photography to be exceptionally rewarding. With an adventurous spirit and camera in hand it has become his passion to bring the best of the outdoors into your home, office, and place of business.

Joe prints his photographs himself on Chromaluxe aluminum panels. Chromaluxe is the world’s leading manufacturer of high definition sublimatable print media. Through dye sublimation, images are infused directly into specially coated sheets of metal to create the most vibrant, durable, and longest lasting photo medium in the world.

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