Pousette Gallery is a rooftop gallery centred in Vancouver’s premier art district. The gallery has an exclusive collection of fine contemporary Canadian art including impressionist, expressionist, realism, figurative and landscape works. All works in the collection are original. Pousette Gallery is located on the rooftop of the WSix, Vancouver’s most iconic and striking architectural buildings. This landmark building was designed by the late Arthur Erickson. Pousette Gallery is comprised of two galleries, East and West, straddling a spacious patio overlooking Vancouver city, harbour and the mountains. The gallery features special group and solo exhibits plus an ongoing collection of works of the gallery artists. Pousette Gallery is described by many as the most beautiful art gallery in the city of Vancouver.
“Quite simply, we love art”. Pousette Gallery is reputed as showcasing simply beautiful art. We are honoured to represent the tremendous talent of many established Canadian artists. We search across Canada to find respected contemporary artists countrywide so that you can view superb Canadian art in one place. We believe art should be timeless. So we strive to feature classic work that can be enjoyed for many years to come. Great art becomes great a family heirloom … and perhaps a great financial investment.
We provide shipping worldwide. We understand the fragile nature of artwork and package and crate accordingly. Note for Art Collectors living outside of Canada: original artwork by a living Canadian artist is exempt from sales tax when shipped out of Canada.
Our Exchange Policy
Pousette gallery wants to ensure that you are completely happy with your art purchase. We offer our customers the ability to trade a work within 3 months of purchase. If a work is returned, the customer will receive a credit to apply to another work of art in the gallery.
It all started with a glass of wine. Years ago, I spotted a large and stunning work by Jean Claude Roy in the foyer of Middle Beach Lodge in Tofino. It was love at first sight and I was determined to own a piece one day, but time got in the way. Fall 2013, we visited Newfoundland and while there, made arrangements to meet him. Read More