About Cedar House Gallery

Huu-Mees Ma-as (Cedar House Gallery) is a Northwest Coast art gallery in Ucluelet, BC1

Cedar House Gallery is Closed at the moment. Now under New Ownership and Management!

We’re conveniently located in Whiskey Landing, a beautiful waterfront building at the foot of Main St.
We exhibit and sell a unique variety of both contemporary and traditional Northwest coast art, with a specific focus on local Nuu-chah-nulth styles. We are proud to work with artists up and down the coast, to bring a balance of contemporary and traditional works of art, as well as in house workshops, and artists-in-action

The Gallery is owned and operated by renowned Nuu-chah-nulth artist Hjalmer Wenstob and his family. Hjalmer began his artistic career in carving cedar, in his Tea-o-qui-aht First Nations style, his practice has transformed over the years and his works balances between Contemporary sculpture, installation, commissions, carving, and community projects. Alongside his family, he has been able to create works of art which are collected and installed nationally across Canada.

Please feel free to contact us anytime!

Email:  info@nativeartcedarhouse.com

Phone:  (250) 726-2652

Cell: (250) 266-0984
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Cedar House Gallery originally opened in 2008, and was welcomed into the community in traditional style with a feast, a ribbon cutting ceremony and the blessing of the local chiefs.

Cedar House Gallery was purchased in 2018, by local Nuu-chah-nulth artist Hjalmer Wenstob and his family, and will reopen March 10, 2018 

 

12 People reacted on this

  1. I would like to order Tom Hunt – Takqua Octopus print. I do not need a frame. I am wondering the cost of this item as I did not see it posted on this site and am wondering how soon I can receive it. If someone could get back to me, that would be wonderful. Ideally, I would like it as a Christmas gift.

    Thanks. A.

  2. My wife just bought an Orca rattle from Sharon as a gift for me. But when she received the rattle there was no information with respect to who the artist is, when it was done, etc. Can you please provide me with this information?Thanks

  3. Sorry about that, the rattle was made by Darrell Leblanc.
    Darrell has over 30years experience of carving, his sophisticated Haida style can be seen in his wood and argillite carvings. A member of the Haida Nation, his interest in art began at a young age. Darrell is most noted for his traditional yellow cedar rattles, totem poles and talking sticks. He has also produced a series of limited edition prints.
    The beautiful rattle you possess was made in 2010.
    Sharon Neel

  4. Is Ray bob still painting’A friend of mine would like to know” he bought one of his paintings years ago’

  5. Haven’t been able to reach anyone either. Unresponsive to emails and voicemails. Assume they’ve closed for the season or perhaps permanently.

  6. Hello,

    We are excited to share that the Cedar House Gallery has recently been sold, and bought by a prominent Nuu-chah-nulth carver and artist, Hjalmer Wenstob. The gallery has been closed since Aug 2017, and now that the purchase is complete, he is looking to open the gallery starting March 2018, as he prepares for a grand re-opening and carving celebration.

    Feel Free to email him at hjalmerwenstob@yahoo.com

  7. Hello,

    We are excited to share that the Cedar House Gallery has recently been sold, and bought by a prominent Nuu-chah-nulth carver and artist, Hjalmer Wenstob. The gallery has been closed since Aug 2017, and now that the purchase is complete, he is looking to open the gallery starting March 2018, as he prepares for a grand re-opening and carving celebration.

    Feel Free to email him at hjalmerwenstob@yahoo.com

  8. Hello,

    We are excited to share that the Cedar House Gallery has recently been sold, and bought by a prominent Nuu-chah-nulth carver and artist, Hjalmer Wenstob. The gallery has been closed since Aug 2017, and now that the purchase is complete, he is looking to open the gallery starting March 2018, as he prepares for a grand re-opening and carving celebration.

    Feel Free to email him at hjalmerwenstob@yahoo.com

  9. Hello,

    We are excited to share that the Cedar House Gallery has recently been sold, and bought by a prominent Nuu-chah-nulth carver and artist, Hjalmer Wenstob. The gallery has been closed since Aug 2017, and now that the purchase is complete, he is looking to open the gallery starting March 2018, as he prepares for a grand re-opening and carving celebration.

    Feel Free to email him at hjalmerwenstob@yahoo.com

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