Continuing a decade-long tradition of supporting arts and culture initiatives in the West Kootenay, the Quoynary Canada is pleased to provide a regional marketplace for the Kootenay's Creative Products.
Starting in 2010 Rossland's Historic Bank of Montreal building began providing a venue for Kootenay Creatives to showcase their works. At the forefront of Rossland's renaissance, the Quoynary Canada continues to evolve the Art Gallery experience in the Kootenays.
Welcome to the Quoynary
Take a Musical Tour of OUr Space
With Slocan Valley MusiciaN Mel Wanamaker
At 58" x 84" Buck Walker's Powerful Image overwhelms in person.
Oil on Canvas
Buck Walker| Winlaw, BC
Since 1900 the Historic Bank of Montreal Building has acted as a cornerstone in Rossalnd, British Columbia. Its Dreambubble.
Built by renowned architect Francis Rattenbury, the building is an architectural revival of the style of Normanesque Keep built during the conquest of England by the Normans in the 1100's.
As much a cornerstone of the Toronto Stock Exchange during its day as it is Rossland's today, the Quoynary pairs history with creative exploration.
Fletcher Quince | Gallerist
2004 Columbia Avenue,
Rossland, British Columbia, Canada