Arts, Culture & Community with the Coast Collective

@ Westridge Landing in the Heart of West Shore

Resources to aid in your artistic ventures....

Art Supply Stores and Art Related Retail Businesses


  • British Columbia Arts Council - British Columbia Arts Council is the agency of the provincial government that administers programs supporting arts and cultural development in the province.
  • Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria - The CACGV is a not-for-profit umbrella arts organization that promotes artists of all disciplines.
  • Esquimalt Lagoon Stewardship Initiative - working together to protect, enhance and restore Esquimalt Lagoon and the Coburg Peninsula.
  • Federation of Canadian Artists - The Federation (FCA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and professional development of artists and services for art collectors.
  • Society of Canadian Artists - The Society of Canadian Artists is the young, national, non-profit artists' organization born to foster and celebrate the visual arts in Canada.
  • The Community Arts Council of the Saanich Peninsula - The Community Arts Council of the Saanich Peninsula (CACSP) is a registered non-profit organization that encourages, supports and promotes local arts activities throughout the year.
  • The Painters Keys - The most comprehensive Free Resource for Artists. Twice-weekly email newsletter by Robert Genn. Also provides links to art quotes, letters, and information on books available for purchase.
  • West Shore Arts Council - The lead advocate for public understanding of, participation in and appreciation of the arts, culture and heritage and their valuable contribution to a vibrant community in Langford, Colwood, View Royal, Metchosin and Highlands.
  • WestShore Chamber of Commerce - The Chamber is the leading business organization in the WestShore providing a business voice with all levels of government, opportunities for business and professionals & beneficial development, networking with over 400 local businesses.




  • Go BC - British Columbia Travel and Tourism, British Columbia Accommodation, Guide to British Columbia Culture and Heritage
  • Tourism Victoria - Connect with all of the other great destination experiences you can find in British Columbia's Capital City! The Coast Collective is just one of many terrific spots to you to discover!
  • Victoria Shopping Scene
  • Victoria Visitor's Choice International Guide - Connects all aspects of travel to Victoria and to Western Canada. The site features comprehensive editorial content about golfing, skiing, spas, whale watching, eco-tourism, accommodations, events, dining, shopping & a variety of activities & attractions.
  • Visitor's Choice International Guide

Your best choice for custom framing of artwork, photography, posters, objects, mirrors, awards, certificates, keepsakes, and much more!


Why choose us?

  •  Over 30 years experience
  •  Local & Family owned
  •  Satisfaction Guaranteed
  •  Computerized Equipment
  •  No obligation or pressure
  •  See it framed before you buy!"


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Gallery & Artisans Gift Shop Hours:

Wednesday to Sunday 11am - 5pm


#103 - 318 Wale Road, Colwood, BC V9B 0J8



The Coast Collective Arts Centre is a cultural enterprise

of the Society for Arts on the South Island (SASI)

The Coast Collective Arts Centre is a dynamic, inspiring centre promoting art and culture, connecting community members of all ages through creative expression and explorations. Gallery exhibits bring the works of talented emerging and established Canadian artists and artisans to the public at an accessible location. An Artisan Gift Shop showcases juried handmade works that celebrate the artistry and craftsmanship of Southern Vancouver Island. Exceptional, innovative, international-calibre instructors encourage the pursuit of excellence and fun for artists of all ages and abilities.

A special thank you to our Sponsors

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