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Wonder at The Dunes Where Art, Taste & Nature Meet


The Dunes: Where Art, Taste & Nature Meet

Published July 2, 2024 | Sponsored by / Commandité par Red Shores Racetrack & Casino
Categories: Attractions & Sightseeing, Culinary

Step into a world where art meets nature's beauty, where each corner reveals something special waiting to be discovered. The Dunes Studio Gallery offers a unique experience.

Blending fine art, delicious food and peaceful gardens

Our studio is home to Peter and Joel, talented potters whose beautiful pottery is made right here. We also showcase trendy fashion from "NASH" and elegant gold jewelry by Eve Llyndorah. Explore our PEI Art Gallery, featuring works by over 50 local artists. You'll find paintings, sculptures and prints that capture the spirit of our Island and Canadian craftsmanship. 

Aerial view of the Dunes Cafe Gallery & Gardens

Whether you're looking for artistic inspiration, great food or a peaceful garden escape, The Dunes promises a memorable experience for everyone. Stay connected with us on Instagram and Facebook @thedunesstudiogallery, where we share our creative journey. 

Hungry for Fresh & Local?

Chef Norman Day invites you to enjoy his inspired dishes in our serene setting. Savour fresh local produce and seafood, Island beef and homemade desserts, beautifully presented on the Dunes handmade pottery.

The Dunes Studio Gallery, potter, pottery

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