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We are happy to ship anywhere in Canada.

Shipping from a Shop with a Cart

If you are making a purchase in one of our "Shops", several options are provided for shipping within the Shopping Cart:

curbside pickup (Location will vary by artist; Contact the artist ahead of purchasing, if you want to determine the location's suitability for pickup. Many are in the Alta Vista area of Ottawa but not all.)

local delivery is available in the Ottawa/Gatineau area from some artists. It will be listed at the top of their shop page.

expedited parcel delivery via Canada Post for a flat rate as per type of piece being shipped based on size and weight. This delivery has tracking and is usually faster than lettermail.

flat rate lettermail can be used for things that are thin an flat. If it fits through Canada Post's mail requirements it can be sent this way for $5. Please this fee doesn't cover any tracking.

• free shiping with a minumum purchase is offered by a few Shop owners. The minimum purchase variess from shop to shop. It is listed at the top of each shop.


For example, a sculpture is heavier to ship than a small painting. If you purchase two different types of art in one shopping cart you will be charged shipping for the heaviest item.


If it is from two different artists we will do our best to coordinate and send you all in one package. We try to keep the shipping charges to a minimum wherever possible. An email will be sent to you with a tracking number when the package is on it's way.

Shipping from a Room

If you are in contact with an artist from one of our "Rooms"  for the purpose of purchasing, you can discuss the same above-listed shipping options, directly with the selling artist.

Whichever method you choose, we will do our best to have your art piece get to you in one piece. Because of the nature of many of our pieces (fragile and breakable) we will put extra effort into providing a very cushioned packaging.

Download our shippping rates

The aim of art is not to represent the outward appearance of things,but their inward significance.​
~ Aristotle

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