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Bill Reid Gallery Gift Shop

Be sure to stop at the Gallery Shop when you visit the Gallery. A source for Northwest Coast gifts, including carefully selected works of original art, finely crafted jewelry, and uniquely designed accessories and giftware. Inspired by the Gallery's exhibitions, our featured pieces are authentic and indigenous. All purchases in the Gallery Shop support contemporary Northwest Coast artists.

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An Annual Membership, Gallery Admissions or a Private Tour for a group of your choice. Pair your Gallery visit with a coffee from a favourite downtown café and you have a memorable experience!

Did You Know
When you purchase gifts from us, you’re supporting contemporary Northwest Coast artists, as well as the work of the Bill Reid Gallery, a non-profit organization.

Gallery Shop Hours
Winter Hours: Open Wednesday - Sunday 10am to 5pm

We are able to ship orders within North America and overseas.

Featured Products – Northwest Coast Blankets and Throws

Bill Reid – Children of the Raven

The image celebrates the creation of humankind by Raven. Recreated in a three layer throw. Throw has fringes and the thickness of 3 layers provides weight.
James Hart – Haida Dreamtime

This wonderful creation entitled “Dreamtime” by James Hart shows classic Haida images in bold red and black colors, which are traditional of this native art form. An Italian Jacquard weave, this wool blanket offers richness of color and design. Each blanket is bordered with a double stitched, hand-sewn complementary felt edging and then hand trimmed for the ultimate finished look.
The Chilkat Cotton Throw

This beautiful Chilkat blanket is a reproduction of an original weaving in the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Hull. Originally woven from mountain goat wool and cedar bark, these blankets were the specialty of the Tlinget whose territory was at the mouth of the Chilkat River in Alaska. Using highly abstracted crest designs in blue, yellow, white, and black , this exceptional Chilkat blanket, was initially developed by the Tsimshian people of the same area, and bears the weaver's interpretation of the traditional "Diving Whale" pattern.

Items from past exhibitions
Carrying on "Irregardless": Humour in Contemporary Northwest Coast Art
A 120-page richly illustrated companion book to our exhibition of the same name. Together they mark a new beginning in appreciating Northwest Coast indigenous humour through a rich and provocative range of works by 28 accomplished Northwest Coast artists.
Featuring text by co-curators Peter Morin, Tahltan artist, stand-up comedian, Dr. Martine J. Reid, Director of Content and Research, and Mike Robinson, Executive Director of the Bill Reid Gallery.

$25.00 (tax included)
Available at the Gallery Gift Shop or online through Harbour Publishing.
I Called Her Lootaas
Documentary produced by Nina Wisnicki and narrated and scripted by Bill Reid

The film shows the historic 950-kilometre journey of Bill Reid and his Haida crew aboard the 50-foot canoe Lootaas (Wave Eater) along traditional trading routes from Vancouver to Haida Gwaii. 1989, 50 min. All proceeds raised from the sale of this DVD will support the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, an initiative of the Bill Reid Foundation.


Bill Reid and the Haida Canoe, Martine J. Reid

Bill Reid and the Haida Canoe tells the story of the pivotal role of the canoe in Northwest Coast art, cultures and communities from pre-contact to present day tribal journeys. With writings and artworks by Bill Reid, vivid images by prominent photographers, first-hand accounts by First Nations paddlers and texts by James Raffan, Martine J. Reid, and Mike Robinson. Soft cover with French flaps. 160 pages, 100 images.

Exclusive to the Bill Reid Gallery Gift Shop - All copies are signed by Principal Author Martine J. Reid

Northwest Coast Books

Bill Reid Collected, Dr. Martine Reid

Featuring the largest chronological collection of Reid's works of full-colour photographs and images to date. With an introductory essay titled Bill Reid: Deeply Carved by Dr. Martine J. Reid, this collection pays tribute to one of Canada's most renowned Northwest Coast Indigenous artists.

Signed copies available exclusively at the Gallery Shop
Solitary Raven, Bill Reid
Bill Reid Foundation special edition

Bill Reid attained his greatest fame in the visual arts, but words were his first professional medium. This new and enlarged edition includes thirty-two pieces of Reid's writing, spanning forty years of his active life.

The Raven Steals the Light, Stories by Bill Reid and Robert Bringhurst

A collection of 10 authentic retellings of traditional Haida myths and folktales. The stories range from bawdy tales of how the first Haida were brought to the Queen Charlotte Islands, to poignant narratives of the complexities of love in a world where animals speak, dreams come alive, and demigods, monsters, and people live side by side.

Gina Suuda Tl'l Xasii , Nika Collison, editor

Edited by Nika Collison under the the guidance of Robert Davidson, James Hart, Guujaaw, Isabel Rorick and Evelyn Vanderhoop, Gina Suuda Tl'l Xasii journeys through art created for, and used within, Haida society. Generated solely by Haida scholars, this anthology contains the personal stories, cultural knowledge and impressive talent of many accomplished artists, orators and writer.

Bill Reid and Beyond, Karen Duffek and Charlotte Townsend-Gault

A fresh perspective from Haida leaders, art and cultural historians, anthropologists and artists on the lasting legacy of the famed Haida artist Bill Reid.


Exclusive to the Bill Reid Gallery Gift Shop

”Mythic Messengers"
Bill Reid, 1984

4x9" postcard
”The Milky Way" Necklace
Bill Reid, 1969

4x6" postcard

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By Jerry Grey, Visual Artist
BILL REID: "Mythic Messengers" 1984
Illustration by Jerry Grey

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