A Walking Tour to Art Galleries, Quebec City (Self Guided), Quebec City

Quebec City is very rich in splendid architecture and art masterpieces, making the list of its art galleries a long one. This walking tour contains a list of some of the best art galleries the city has to offer.
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Guide Name: A Walking Tour to Art Galleries, Quebec City
Guide Location: Canada » Quebec City (See other walking tours in Quebec City)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 7
Tour Duration: 1 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.5 Km or 0.9 Miles
Author: susan
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Sculpteur Flamand
  • Pauline Pelletier-La Petite Galerie
  • Rue du Trésor
  • Artisans de la Cathedrale
  • Galerie Alain Lacaze
  • Galerie Perreault
  • Galerie Lacerte Art Contemporain
Sculpteur Flamand

1) Sculpteur Flamand

Sculpteur Flamand is located on a street famous for its variety of galleries, but this is the only one in the city that specializes in works of wood. Here, over 3,000 wooden sculptures can be seen, including traditional, expressive, figurative, theatrical and modern pieces, as well as a large collection of figurines and animals. Besides the works of Flamand, you can find pieces from 65 other artisans here as well.
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 to 17:30; Thursday and Friday: 9:00 to 21:00.
Pauline Pelletier-La Petite Galerie

2) Pauline Pelletier-La Petite Galerie

Pauline Pelletier is a ceramic and porcelain specialist with international experience. It is a well-known local gallery with great decorative pieces, animals, figurines and fine one of a kind jewelry on display. You can find exceptional gifts here, such as porcelain figurines trimmed with gold. Do not miss the chance to visit this exceptional and unique gallery.
Rue du Trésor

3) Rue du Trésor (must see)

This year-round gallery is one of the most famous in Quebec City, displaying plenty of artists and artwork. The artists will talk to you all day long, but there is no pressure to buy – but since prices are good, you can actually buy a piece of Quebec to take home. The gallery was created in the 1960s by student artists who decided to exhibit their works in order to promote them to the public, as well as to make their works available for sale.

Why You Should Visit:
This quaint little street packed with artists is one of the more atmospheric in Quebec City. The art is hit-or-miss but the street itself is worth seeking out.

Do not take photos of artwork as the artists are very protective of their work being copied, and rightfully so. Note, also, that not all vendors take credit cards.
Artisans de la Cathedrale

4) Artisans de la Cathedrale

This place is named after its location, being next to the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. Here you can find fine art pieces and marvelous works by local artists. The neighborhood’s historic places gives a special magic to this gallery.
Galerie Alain Lacaze

5) Galerie Alain Lacaze

An exhibitor on Rue du Tresor, Alain Lacaze also has his own studio and gallery where he exhibits his watercolors, etchings and oils. The paintings are masterpieces depicting local countrysides and street scenes.
Hours: Monday-Sunday: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Galerie Perreault

6) Galerie Perreault

Right in the heart of Old Quebec you can find this great gallery of Andre Perrault, displaying fine works by him and the works of other famous artists, such as Claude A. Simard, Christian Bergeron or Benoit Gaulin. Take time to visit this little gallery, a delight for the eyes and heart, with paintings in acrylics, oils and watercolors.
Hours: Daily from 10:00am to 5:00pm
Galerie Lacerte Art Contemporain

7) Galerie Lacerte Art Contemporain

This internationally known gallery was first opened in 1981, and in 1986 it moved to its present location. Devoted to developments in art, the gallery shows exhibitions of both known and new artists, bringing marvelous pieces of art to the public in its generous space.
Hours: Wednesday to Friday: 12am - 5:30 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday: 12am - 5:00 p.m.

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