The Inlet Wellness Gallery in Port Moody, the “City of the Arts”, is a strong supporter of the local arts community. All of the artwork displayed in the gallery is original and created by local artists who live and work in the lower mainland of BC. The gallery has won awards for
participating in community arts events, including being a featured stop along Port Moody’s annual Art Walk.
Art lovers can view the work without an rmt, naturopathic, acupuncturist, holistic esthetics, or nutritionist appointment. If you would like to purchase any Inlet Wellness Gallery artwork, just ask any of the front desk team.
Meet our talented artists
Atom Johnson, as created, is an artist at once captivated and inspired by the apparent physical/spiritual bond in all
of us and by the incredible mystery and versatility of the
written word. Through the use of marble dust and dry pigments from around the globe, he produces original canvas art works that glow with colour, potential and memory. These works are “scapes” of a kind —
essences of things unseen — ATOMscapes
Born and raised in North Vancouver BC, Melanie has enjoyed a life-long passion for the arts. Her earliest artistic influence has been her father, whose flare for whim and fancy in the arts fed her soul and helped form this life-embracing artist. Melanie has participated in many group and solo shows across the lower mainland and has received several awards. She has reached International status, as her work resides in private collections in New Zealand, Great Britain, Italy and across the US and Canada.
Roxsane was born and raised in the Greater Vancouver area. She studied Applied Art at Capilano College, and placed on the Dean’s List. She has studied and produced weaving, fabric design, and soft sculpture, before learning the techniques of Chigiri-e’ in Japan. Wherever she travels she soaks up the local color, customs and cultural influences. These cross-cultural experiences blend with her lively imagination, her creativity and her love of the outdoors to provide an endless variety of subjects for her art work. Roxsane’s work can be found in private and corporate collections locally, nationally, and internationally.
Eileen Siu-Yue Fong
Eileen was born in China, raised in Hong Kong and then immigrated to Canada.
She studied Chinese brush painting and has learned from several Chinese master painters over the years. She has served on the Board of the Burnaby Arts Council, chaired the Burnaby Artwalk Committee, and the Artists Among Us Studio Tour. Eileen has presented Chinese Watercolour Workshops in several Art Teachers’ Conferences. She founded the Aurora Gallery, Artists’ Co-op, located at International Village, Vancouver. Her recent accomplishment include illustrating a Children’s book.
Steve is a painter and photographer who loves capturing the beauty and power of the world around him.