Welcome to Khot-La-Cha Art Gallery and Gift Shop
First Nations Owned and Operated
Khot-La-Cha Art Gallery and Gift Shop is located in North Vancouver, minutes from the Lion’s Gate Bridge. We showcase traditional and contemporary Native artwork and crafts. Masks, prints, gold and silver jewellery, wood carvings, textiles and clothing produced by First Nation artists are displayed in a distinctive long-house style building.
A second-generation First Nations owned and operated business, the gallery is located on Capilano Reserve, part of the Squamish Nation. We specialise in work from our community, offering first-hand the tales and legends behind the authentic artwork.
Please take a moment or more to navigate our website; if you have any questions, require something specific for a special occasion gift or a personal treat, please ask Khot-La-Cha staff for assistance. We look forward to meeting you in person.
Hand carved talking sticks made by Jim Yelton
12" x 5"
Jim Yelton is a Squamish Nation member and is a talented artist and well-known for is talking sticks.
The Chiefs of each tribe or the heads of social groups, each carved their crests, family tree and legends of their Aboriginal territories. This Talking Stick "-tih-CHANT" symbolizes their privilege and authority at all Potlatches.
Whale by Fred Baker
Whale, Fred Baker, Squamish Nation
20" x 11"
Often depicted as a symbol of great strength and bravery, but was sometimes feared, as the Aboriginals believed the whale would capsize their canoes.
ANDREW WILLIAMS OCTOPUS POLY MICROFIBRE SHAWL
Poly Microfibre Shawl with Octopus design by Andrew Williams.
204cm x 74cm.
Circle Scarf - Butterfly Spirit
27.5" x 70"
Butterfly Spirit, Paul Windsor
Corrine Hunt 3 Eagle Town Bag
Printed Fabric Town Bag. (26cm x 21cm).
Corrine Hunt 3 Eagle Design.
Made in Canada.