GS & Company is a dealer for a variety of famous local and international artists. Be sure to visit our store or call for more information about your favourite artists.

Original Paintings

Richard Brodeur
Dale Byhre
Bryan Coombes
Jonn Einerssen
Brent Heighton
John Horton
Amanda Jones
Chris MacClure
Richard McDiarmid
Dave Patterson
Catherine Robertson

Limited Edition Giclée on Canvas

Alexei Butirskiy
Eric Christensen
Brian Croft
Pino Daeni
Carol Evans
Max Jacquiard
Thomas Kinkade
RMae Shawaga

Limited Edition Prints

Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman lives on Salt Spring Island, and is one of Canada's foremost realism artists depicting the world of nature.

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Carl Brenders

Born near Antwerp, Belgium, Brenders has drawn since childhood. He studied at the Fine Arts Academy in Antwerp and later at Berchem. He produced wildlife illustrations for a series of books entitled The Secret Life of Animals. Honored as the 24th Master Artist at the prestigious 2002 “Birds in Art” Exhibition at Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin, Brenders’ work is regularly exhibited at the Museum. His art is the subject of the critically acclaimed book, Wildlife: The Nature Paintings of Carl Brenders (now out-of-print). The wildlife images of Brenders’ art are first created from pencil sketches; from these sketches his mixed media paintings of watercolor and gouache are completed with a technique he has developed during the last 25 years.

We have a huge collection of limited edition prints by hundreds of artists.  Enquire in the store.



Cathryn Jenkins

Cathryn is well-known for her large stone and bronze sculptures of Canadian wildlife. Wanting to create works that could be handheld, Cathryn created the model for this series with her hand and a toothpick, rather than sculpting tools. This way the little bears fit nicely in your hand when you pick them up to hold or view the finished works.

This new body, "Waiting for Mama" is a departure from her work to date, and something that Cathryn has enjoyed creating.

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John Nutter Whale Tail LED

John Nutter Glass

For over 40 years, glass artist John Nutter has been designing and creating stained, leaded, cast and sandblast-carved glass at an architectural scale. His installations may be found throughout Canada and the United States, as well as Mexico and the Caribbean.


Vladimir Kostka Photography 13

Vladimir Kostka

Capturing beauty in unexpected places! From grand landscapes to the minutia and detail of a single leaf, Vladimir's work evokes a sense of connection, community and place in an ever-distant world.  Like a master composer, just the right notes emerge with subtle grace, exposing, by degrees, and extraordinary vision.

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We are always interested in hearing from new artists. Whether you are established or emerging, we would love to see your art! We accept submissions by email only. Unfortunately, we are not able to make appointments or spontaneously view portfolios during gallery hours. There are two submission options:

  1. Email with a letter of introduction and a link to your website and social media channels. All required information about yourself and your work must be available to us on your website.
  2. Email to and include the following information: Letter of Introduction, Artist Biography/Artist Statement, and a minimum of 6 digital images (recent work within the last 6 months) submitted as JPEG files preferably labeled with title, medium, size; and finally a list of your current retail unframed selling price per size.