BC Bear Day photography exhibit

Come and view a stunning exhibit in North Vancouver this Sunday.

As part of BC Bear Day – this Sunday in North Vancouver – you can view a fantastic collection of wildlife photography that will, of course, include BC Bears. You can take a sneak peak below, and we hope you can view them in person. 

The event is hosted in the stunning heritage status Pipe-Shop, in North Vancouver’s Shipyard district. The family day is free to attend (11am-4pm) and the ticketed evening event will feature a presentation from, Doug Neasloss Stewardship Director for the Kitasoo /Xai’xais Nation and lead guide for Spirit Bear Adventures. A panel will also discuss how we can progress towards co-existence with BC Bears. 

We hope to see you there with our event partners, Capilano University and the North Shore Black Bear Society, and all our community partners. 

Find this event on Facebook.

Art by Di – Golden Grizzly

Close up of a painting of a golden grizzly.

Price: $350
Canvas Giclee 20″ x 20″
By Di
100% proceeds to Raincoast

Ian Harland – Bear Stare

Close up of a black bear face.

Price: $200
12″ x 12″
by Ian Harland
Proceeds to North Shore Black Bear Society

April Benzce – Salmon

Salmon swimming into the sunlight.

Price: $750
by April Benzce
50% proceeds to Raincoast

April Benzce – Spirit Bear

A Spirit bear holds a salmon in their mouth while standing in a creek.

Price: $750
by April Benzce
50% proceeds to Raincoast

Tony Westman – Polar Bear 

Proceeds to North Shore Black Bear Society
by Tony Westman

Eric Sambol – Grizzly in the Mist

Price: $3,500
48″ x 60″, high quality, print and frame
by Eric Sambol
Proceeds to Raincoast

Cristina Mittermeier – Rain Wolf


Price: $5,000
30″ x 45″, aluminum print
by Cristina Mittermeier
Proceeds to Raincoast

Brad Hill – The Ethereal Great Bear Rainforest


Price: $3,500
20″ x 30″ photographic paper print framed to 30 x 45 inches
by Brad Hill
Proceeds to Raincoast

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