galerie d'art KLU'SKAP native art gallery

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KLU'SKAP Art Gallery specializes in authentic First Nations traditional & culturally inspired artwork. 

KLU'SKAP gallery is ideal for the avid collector who wants to add a unique piece to his collection, or an art lover who just wants to learn more about aboriginal art & culture.  If you are looking for the best quality, originality, and authenticity, we will help you find the perfect piece for you.

From the established to the emerging artists, our goal is to promote, display and encourage First Nations professional artists.  If you are an artist and want to have the best exposure, and display your work in a gallery that specialized in First Nations Arts, please contact us and see how we can help you.

"This is a very exiting time for me as an artist and gallery owner.  I am convinced that KLU'SKAP art gallery with the support and participation of the community is destined to many years of success!"

Please check  our calendar for details on upcoming Artist's Exhibitions.

Located in the downtown heart of the beautiful City of Moncton New Brunswick, we are the only gallery in the area specialized in First Nations Arts.  Please come by and visit us at our Art Gallery and Studio located at 887 Main St. Moncton, NB.



KLU’SKAP native art gallery is a dream come true for Pascal A. Pelletier. You could say he has ‘caught’ his dream! And others are catching on to his vision too. Pascal’s passion for the arts and First Nations’ culture is contagious.






He has been able to attract some of Canada’s top First Nation artists and guests to his gallery, such as ECMA winner, The Lone Cloud Band of Nova Scotia. He featured J. Hubert Francis who was part of Eagle Feather, the first aboriginal band from Elsipogtog to tour across North America. Traditional native dancers Savannah “Saavy” Simon, who performed at the Olympic Opening Ceremonies and Donna Augustine’s group Mik’maq Thunder, also took part in ceremonies.

The KLU'SKAP Native Art Gallery is owned & operated by the multi-disciplinary artist and métis, Pascal A. Pelletier. The gallery came to life after a life-long dream of creating a space for First Nations emerging and established professional artists and artisans to display their work in a professional and positive environment, and also a place of sharing our beautiful and rich culture and traditions.