Love Art & Be Inspired
The hours of operation for 2022 are Friday, Saturday and Sunday 12 to 4pm or by appointment.
Visa, MC and Debit and cash are all accepted.
Private Group Shopping
We are now booking private small group shopping for up to 4 people. Grab some friends and set a date! You will have the gallery all to yourselves. Phone or email us to book.
Our gift certificates make a great gift!
Millstone Pottery Classes
Pottery classes are now available. Each class will have a maximum of 3 people which allows for a lot of hands on instruction.
We are currently offering 2 courses. Hand building a mug and Sgraffito tray carving courses. The studio is located in a barn that houses livestock so those with allergies be aware. Also there are no washrooms at the barn. All you need to bring is you and maybe an apron so you don't get too dirty....but that's half the fun!
So lets get creative and play with some mud!!
Pottery by Sue LaBerge
Fine West Coast Artisan Pottery Collection
Potter, Painter, Artist
Millstone Artisan Gallery features unique handmade pottery, jewelry, driftwood art, photography and more reflecting the essence of West Coast living.
Sgraffito and horse hair pottery
Garlic jars, salt bowls and shakers, butter dishes and sauce holders.
Alpaca Dryer Balls
3 handmade dryer balls in a custom bag adorned with a linoprint.
Beauty surrounds you
The Rigid Heddle loom is often set up in the gallery.
The kitchen table
Pottery plates, bowls and tumblers are not only beautiful but functional and durable. They are microwave, oven and dishwasher safe too!
Douglas Fir glazed mugs.
How very West Coast!
and flower frog
Sugar bowl with creamer and mugs
Artisan Soap And Soy Candles by Cobalt Studio
The Refined Gentleman Collection
A wonderful collection of shaving lather, beard and body shampoo, body bars,soy candle with a badger hair shaving brush and pottery tumbler. Hand crafted by Cobalt Studio. The perfect gift for Him!!
CERAMIC WALL ART
Cobalt Studios Photography
WEST COAST DRIFTWOOD
and ACRYLIC PAINTINGS ON WOOD
West Coast Ball
A technique used to decorate pottery by applying underglaze colors at the leather hard stage prior to bisque and "scratching" off some of the underglaze to expose the clay body below which gives a contrast of color. This is well worth the extra time and effort as the final outcome is stunning!!
Art Wear Jewelry
ART Wear Jewelry
I have always loved to create with Nature as an inspiration...the simplicity of organic shapes are elegant and appealing.
Some of my early pieces were simply bent brass wire, leather cording and beads. Online courses, books and experimentation provided the confidence I neeeded to begin cutting, manipulating , soldering and etching metal.
After several years of using our kitchen as a studio, I have a designated room in our home with lots of natural light and space for me to spread my tools and supplies out and happily make the mess I need to.
Each piece is original and hand crafted using brass, copper and sterling silver. I love the look of mixed metals and how they complement each other.
Valerie Cone- Artisan Jewelry- ART Wear Jewelry
Linen, canvas and leather create beatiful bags!
Handmade linen and leather with lino imprints. Very unique, quality bags.
Brown Dog Designs
Ron Gothe Woodworks
Artisan cabinets by Ken Watson
These beautiful Barnwood cabinets are made from wood salvaged from a barn built in the 1950's in the northern interior of British Columbia. Every piece will be different with its own personality as the wood shows its age with a silver hue and small dents and nail holes reflecting its time served through harsh winters and warm summers.
Greg's Arbutus Apiaries
We supply the flowers and they deliver the honey! Teamwork at its finest producing the most delicious organic golden honey!
Queen Bee !
Honey from the resident Bees
Bees Wax Wraps
Unique Barnwood Designs
Acrylic on barnwood
Eunmi is a Vancouver Island artist. She attended Hong-IK University in Seoul, Korea, graduating with a BFA degree. She became an active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists in 2008, and and associate member in 2015/
She describes herself as a contemporary impressionist & expressionist artist. Her desire is to create paintings which bring energy to the canvas. Her use of color, form and texture is intuitive. Her hope is that the viewers connect emotionally with the painting in their own way. The result she strives for is a painting from the heart.
Awards: 2017: 150 My Canada National Juried Art Show: "Sooke Winter" Second Place
2015: FCA Vancouver Artist Choice Show: " Montreal III" First Place.
2015: FCA Vancouver Signature Medal Show: "Madrid II" Honorable Mention.
Patricia Banks Fine Art
Patricia Banks BScN, AFC is a Canadian Landscape painter best known for her detailed oil and acrylic paintings. She travels widely and is inspired by the magnificence and splendour of the natural environment. Her work is sensitive and evokes the moods and emotional effects of atmosphere revealing an intuitive grasp of the subtleties of time and place.
Patricia's paintings begin outdoors with direct experience and observation in nature. She can often be found painting on location outdoors, or in her studio using the reference material she has gathered to create a larger painting.
Patricia has exhibited across Canada and in the USA, and she has won several awards for her work. She has been an invited workshop presenter for the BC Art Teachers' Association and enjoys teaching drawing and painting classes and workshops. Patricia has written numerous art related articles, and she currently writes a monthly column called Art Adventures for Nanaimo Magazine and Voyageur Magazine.
Patricia is a graduate of the University of Victoria, Victoria, BC. She is a juried member of the Artists for Conservation and Oil Painters of America, organizations that regularly show their members’ work in prestigious International Gallery shows and Art Museum exhibitions.
Patricia's focus on nature, wildlife, and the wonders and beauty of the natural world, have earned her Signature Status as a member of AFC, Artists For Conservation, the world's leading group of artists supporting the environment. As a member of this select group of 500 of the world's most gifted nature artists, from 27 countries, on five continents, Patricia is dedicated to nurturing, promoting and supporting conservation through her artwork. She is a trained Nature Interpreter and is the Resident Artist at Morrell Nature Sanctuary, a 111 hectare (278 acres) rain shadow forest, preserved for environmental education, located on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Patricia’s work can be found in collections throughout the world.