About the Gallery
Madrona Gallery is a contemporary and historic fine art gallery located in the heart of Victoria. The gallery exhibits work from Canadian Masters such as Emily Carr, Members of the Group of Seven, J.W. Morrice, E. J Hughes and their contemporaries; art from established and emerging Canadian artists; additionally the gallery also exhibits a world-class collection of Inuit carvings, drawings and prints.
Madrona Gallery prides itself on providing a welcoming environment to new and established art collectors alike.
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Owner and Director
Michael holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Victoria - Major in History of Art with a Minor in Arts of Canada. Michael has years of experience in both the institutional and commercial arts sectors. Michael has great enthusiasm for Canadian art and brings a fresh approach to art dealing to Victoria.
Theresa holds a Master of Arts Degree from the University of Victoria. After completing her studies, Theresa has been an active historian, working in conjunction with the University of Victoria and University of Alberta, researching Canada's history. She recently completed the Cultural Resource Management program at the University of Victoria.
Assistant Gallery Manager
Emma began her PhD in Art History at the University of Victoria in September 2016. She was awarded a full fellowship to pursue the research on Clyfford Still that she started as a Master's student at the University of Western Ontario. Prior to graduate work, she earned a Bachelor's Degree with Honours in Art History from Queen's University, where she received the Phil and Rose Quattrocchi Award for her committment to French and Spanish langauge studies. Emma maintains numerous industry memberships and joins our team after several years at an auction house in Toronto, Ontario.