Custom metal fabrication shop, specializing in furniture. Mediums include stainless steel, copper, brass, wrought iron, and aluminum. We often combine our works with other contemporary materials including, glass, wood, marble, and fabric. Experienced in residential and commercial installations of signs, security gates, stainless steel kitchen components and spiral staircases.
Ainsworth Custom Design
1243 Cartwright Street, V6H 3R7604.682.8838 | 604.682.8837
1369 Railspur Alley, V6H 4G9778.370.4304 | 778.370.4304
Alarte Silks is a company specializing in one-of-a-kind hand-painted silks. Artist Izabella Sauer hand-paints each piece and uses an ancient Japanese pleating technique known as Shibori. This technique combined with the vibrant colours creates wearable silk sculptures in the form of shawls, scarves, and other garments.
Toll free number: 1-888-370-4304
Alder Bay Boat Company
1247 Cartwright Street, V6H 3R7604.685.1730
Located on the eastern end of the Island, Alder Bay Boat Company is owned and operated by artisan David Bradford. Using only the finest quality materials, David makes all of his vessels by hand ranging in size from dingies to rowboats. Step inside his shop to see him working on his latest projects.
Artisan Sake Maker
1339 Railspur Alley, V6H 4G9604.685.7253 | 604.685.7253
Headed by proprietor and sakemaker Masa Shiroki, Artisan Sake Maker is the first boutique premium sake winery in Canada. Producing wines in small lots, Masa aspires to create new styles of sake to complement the seasonal flavours of local west coast foods. His wines may be purchased at his studio on Railspur Alley.
1351 Railspur Alley, V6H 4G9604.692.2522 | 604.692.2519
Jewellery artisans Kristen Jones, Pernilla Ahrnstedt, and Gisella Kuckertz share this studio on Railspur Alley. We help our customers incorporate personal symbols and preferences into the pieces in order to create something meaningful that’s a pleasure to wear. We come from a fine-arts background, which influences how we approach design; we are creating tiny pieces of art with stories and ideas behind them.
Black Stone Press
1249 Cartwright Street, V6H 4B7604.731.5937 | 604.737.3622
Black Stone Press offers fine letterpress wedding invitations and stationery. Located on Cartwright Street, Black Stone Press has been providing Graphic Design and letterpress printing services since 1996 on Granville Island. Hours are Monday to Friday, 9 to 6 or by appointment.
Crafthouse / Craft Council of B.C.
1386 Cartwright Street, V6H 3R8604.687.6511 | 604.687.6711
Crafthouse is a shop/gallery that sells fine crafts, shaped by innovation and excellence, and made by Canadian members of the Craft Council of BC (CCBC). Crafthouse also provides craft-related information and education to the CCBC membership, the general public, professionals in the visual arts community, as well as commission referrals to our members.
Dalbergia Wood + Fine Objects
1333 Railspur Alley V6H 4G9604.669.9663
Dalbergia represents the work of Federico Méndez-Castro. A confluence of craftsmanship with the graphic elements of pure forms. Fine furniture, sculpted objects and accessories in wood are created with one purpose: enhancing the poetry of space. Balance, simple lines and clear shapes find their ways in Federico’s work. The one of a kind is the standard for this Artisan.
Daniel Materna Ceramics
1499 Old Bridge Street, V6H 3S5604.682.0230 | 604.682.0230
In the working studio of Daniel Materna, you'll find an array of ceramic lamps, plates, and sculptures all colourfully painted in the potter's unique style. With his workshop attached to his studio, you may even catch him throwing a hunk of clay and giving it a spin on the wheel.
1290 Cartwright Street, Vancouver, BC V6H 3R8604.250.0834
Jack Darcus has been painting and exhibiting in Vancouver, Eastern Canada, and Europe since 1964. In recent years he has presented a series of landscapes in egg tempera, the medium he loves best. Using this medium he creates beautifully detailed paintings that are comprised of thousands of tiny brush-strokes. Visit the studio to see his work and have a chat with the artist.