Featuring traditional & contemporary Chinese watercolor paintings by
May Ip-Lam as well works in other paint media by acclaimed artists such as:
- Vern Simpson
- Eleanor Kobley
- Lois Shannon
see other features-services of the gallery.
The gallery is part of the North America's oldest functioning Chinatown shopping area - and -
within a two block radius of some of the finest cosmopolitan, Chinese French, English, Western,
restaurants, coffee houses, pubs and fresh fruit-vegetable markets and BBQ butcher shops in Victoria.
The Chinatown area of Herald St / Fisgard & Government Street makes up the northern section of
the the "Old Town" district that adjoins the Victoria Inner Harbour, which on the south end features
the Empress Hotel, Roger's Chocolates, the Royal B.C. Museum and IMAX theatre and of course the Legislature/Parliament Buildings, and
ferry terminals to Seattle and Port Angeles.
This street map of Victoria shows how close everything is for the day and overnight visitor to one of North America's
most popular visitor-travel destinations.
MAY IP-LAM GALLERY
655A Herald Street · Victoria, BC Canada V8W 3R6
For our Chinese visitors information, May speaks fluent Mandarin, Cantonese and English. Other associates
at the gallery speak English / Cantonese-Chinese.
Provenance of above image: The above is a scan of a "art card" produced by the art gallery. The image
on the map represent one of the theme-styles of artist May Ip-Lam in her Chinese brush-watercolor paintings.
NB. The gallery has a selection of greeting-personal-note-souvenir cards based on
reproductions of original watercolors done by May.
Images & content copyright © 2004 May Ip-Lam
More Victoria Sights · Attractions ·
- see ChinaTown Area Chinese & Western Restaurants-Cafe-Pubs Guide
- see Real Estate and Realtors in Victoria
- see City of Victoria business, travel directory
- see Museums and Libraries in Victoria & Vancouver
- see Victoria's Times Colonist Newspaper
and other BC-Canada News online
- see Victoria Lawyers and Legal Directory
- see Greater Victoria Golf Courses
Vancouver BC Information
- see Vancouver Downtown Hotel Accommodations and Restaurant Guide
visitors' guide by Teresa Murphy et al [1997-2004]
downtown Vancouver Art Galleries
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