About the Gallery
Madrona Gallery is a contemporary and historic fine art gallery located in the heart of Victoria. The gallery exhibits work from Canadian Masters such as Emily Carr, Members of the Group of Seven, J.W. Morrice, E. J Hughes and their contemporaries; art from established and emerging Canadian artists; additionally the gallery also exhibits a world-class collection of Inuit carvings, drawings and prints.
Madrona Gallery prides itself on providing a welcoming environment to new and established art collectors alike.
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Owner and Director
Michael holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Victoria - Major in History of Art with a Minor in Arts of Canada. Michael has years of experience in both the institutional and commercial arts sectors. Michael has great enthusiasm for Canadian art and brings a fresh approach to art dealing to Victoria.
Ottilie studied Visual Arts at Emily Carr University of Art and Design and the University of Victoria. During her time at UVic, she assisted Audain Professor Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas with his "Blue Print" series. She has been the recipient of numerous awards and scholarships. Ottilie is passionate about supporting young Canadian artists.
Maggie studied Visual Art and Art History at Vancouver Island University and the University of Victoria. She previously held positions at Nanaimo Art Gallery, Nanaimo Arts Council, and The View Gallery, and has received several awards for academic excellence.
Brittany holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art History from the University of Victoria and a Master of Arts Degree in Collections from the University of Glasgow, where she was involved with the Hunterian Art Gallery in the cataloguing of pieces from the personal silver collection of James McNeill Whistler. Since returning to Canada, Brittany has become even more passionate about Canadian arts and artists.
Maya studied Art History at the University of Guelph, with a focus on museum studies and gender studies. Maya was involved with the Arts community in Guelph, where she worked at the Art Gallery of Guelph and assisted with curatorial projects through the University. Since moving to Victoria, she has continued that involvement through volunteer work and attending courses at the Vancouver Island School of Art.