Oak Bay Beach Hotel Announces New Partnership With Madrona Gallery
The Oak Bay Beach Hotel is excited to announce their newest partnership with Madrona Gallery to showcase a variety of contemporary and historic fine art in public-facing areas of the hotel.
We are excited to announce our newest partnership with Madrona Gallery to showcase a variety of contemporary and historic fine art in public-facing areas of the Oak Bay Beach Hotel.
A leader in sourcing rare and important works by some of Canada’s most influential artists, Madrona’s first exhibition installed with the hotel will be a focused collection of works by Karel Doruyter and additional works by Meghan Hildebrand, and Joe Coffey. Learn more about this installation here.
“Our hotel features one of Canada’s largest private collections of Canadian art, including original pieces in each guest room,” says Madone Pelan, General Manager of the Oak Bay Beach Hotel. “A new partnership with this renowned local fine art gallery will allow us to feature Canadian art throughout the entire hotel for our guests to appreciate during their visits.”
The hotel’s private collection includes pieces by Yehouda Leon Chaki, Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptum Lets’lo:tseltun, Fred Herzog, and Joseph Plaskett.
Guests and clients alike are encouraged to visit the hotel and enjoy this newest installation, which can be found in the Grand Lobby, The Snug, The Dining Room, and throughout the mezzanine level.
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.
The first exhibition was installed in late June 2022, with installations rotating quarterly.