Silver Dagger
This new album will soon be available on all major music streaming sites. It includes original as well as traditional songs performed, recorded and produced by me. Album art and design: Christopher Dahl 2019.
My most recent album of original instrumentals was composed and produced for use in audio and video soundtracks. The genre of the music is world fusion and incorporates influences from western and eastern cultures, both contemporary and traditional. Click on the album cover to listen. Album art and design: Chris Dahl 2019.

Welcome to Chris Dahl Creative
I am an artist, designer and musician living in Qualicum Beach BC. My paintings, prints and ceramic sculptures are available for purchase unless otherwise indicated. My music is available online – iTunes, YouTube Music, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify and Google Play. My design work includes art direction and production for packaging, corporate identities, branding, websites, videos, advertising and publications.

Cretean Magpie Bowl
© Christopher Dahl 2 2019. Handbuilt ceramic bowl 7.5″ diameter x 2.75″ high $180. Available exclusively at Gallery 222.

Gallery 222
Ceramics • Paintings & Prints • Glass Art • Gifts
Our studio and gallery in Qualicum Beach features unique original artwork by Chris Dahl and Jan Bell-Irving.
222 Crescent Road. E. Qualicum Beach BC V9K 1L6 (250) 752.7355.

The Rowing Club, Vancouver BC
© Chris Dahl 2008. 16x20" archival giclée artist's proof (unframed) $180.
Sous la surface – Palm Springs California
© Chris Dahl 2014. 16x20" archival giclée artist's proof (unframed) $180.

Small Boy – music and lyrics by The Konsorados, based in Lantzville BC. Music video and production by Chris Dahl 2016.

Waiting for a Train – music and lyrics by The Konsorados, based in Lantzville BC. Music video and production by Chris Dahl 2015.

We visited Alert Bay on Cormorant Island recently and enjoyed strolling the boardwalk along the village shore and taking in the sights of this picturesque and historic community. The town is located in traditional Kwakwaka’wakw territory and approximately half of the village’s residents are ‘Namgis First Nations. We toured the U’mista Cultural Centre and viewed artifacts and historical photos – some of which are shown in this video. Video and music © Christopher Dahl 2019.