Stonington Gallery

We Are Open Easter Sunday

The gallery is open from 12-5pm on Easter Sunday, our normal Sunday hours. Come in and enjoy our spring exhibitions, “Barry Herem: Wood. Glass. Paper. Steel.” and “Salal: A Tradition of Berry Baskets”!

April Exhibits Open Tomorrow — Join Us!

Join us tomorrow night to celebrate the opening of “Barry Herem: Wood. Glass. Paper. Steel.” and “Salal: A Tradition of Berry Baskets” featuring works by Deborah Head (Tlingit), Preston Singletary (Tlingit), Lisa Telford (Haida), Isabel Rorick (Haida), Paul LaPier (Haida/Tlingit), and Dan Friday (Lummi). Barry Herem will join us for the festivities, and we hope […]

Welcome to the New Stonington Gallery Website!

Welcome to our new home on the web; we’re glad you’re here. Our previous website had served us well for over 13 years, but it was time to freshen up the place and add some new bells and whistles. We hope you find the site easy to navigate and to enjoy! Some new features include […]

Drew Michael and Larry Ahvakana Exhibits Are Open!

Thank you for joining us this week to celebrate the opening of Drew Michael and Larry Ahvakana’s exhibits! We had a fantastic crowd of supporters, Art Walk patrons, family and friends on hand to kick off the exhibits. Drew Michael’s exhibit has already garnered some wonderful press, being chosen as a must-see on the Art […]

Raven Skyriver goes viral

Raven Skyriver’s art went viral this week, thanks to a video produced by Insider. It’s been seen over 10 million times — have you seen it? Watch it below to join the crowd!   Glassblower makes giant sea creaturesThis glassblower makes massive sea creatures. Footage courtesy of Derek Klein Films and https://www.instagram.com/hot_diggity_d/?hl=en Posted by INSIDER […]

Cultural imPRINT: Northwest Coast Prints at Tacoma Art Museum

Fans of Northwest Coast art won’t want to miss the upcoming exhibition “Cultural imPRINT: Northwest Coast Prints” at the Tacoma Art Museum, opening April 22nd. It’s a survey of indigenous printmaking on the Northwest Coast curated by scholar India Rael, and will include some very familiar faces. Our gallery has loaned prints by Qwalsius Shaun […]

Is 2017 the year you put a ring on it? Think custom wedding rings by Joan Tenenbaum

Is 2017 the year you put a ring on it? Planning to renew vows, get engaged, or need to replace a missing, damaged or badly-fitting ring? Let us assist! Stonington Gallery is proud to work with fine art jeweler Joan Tenenbaum, who has long specialized in creating beautiful custom wedding rings. Much of Joan’s work […]

In the Studio with Raven Skyriver

We had the honor of tagging along to Pratt Fine Arts to watch Raven Skyriver blow an amazing mahi mahi (aka dorado, aka dolphinfish) this week. Raven and his team work on a huge scale for blown glass — the size of this fish was almost too large for the glory hole to accommodate. But […]

A Collaboration by Scott Jensen & Thomas Stream Kicks Off the New Year

We can’t imagine a more beautiful, meaningful and optimistic way to¬† welcome the New Year than with the unveiling of this magnificent collaboration by two of Stonington Gallery’s finest: Thomas Stream and Scott Jensen. This work was kept a secret from the Stonington staff as the hat passed between the artists over the course of […]

New in the Gallery: Danielle Morsette

We’re thrilled to present a new face at Stonington during our winter exhibition: weaver Danielle Morsette (Suquamish/Sto:lo). Danielle is a young and extremely skilled weaver who was recently seen in her solo exhibition at the Suquamish Museum this past summer. Her Salish-style weaving is of the highest quality and skill, and we are excited to […]

Trevor Hunt – Raven Mask

In December 2016 a client came to us on the hunt for a fantastic Raven mask that could hang from the ceiling in a dramatic way. After speaking with numerous artists, the gallery and client landed on the perfect artist to see the job through: Kwaguilth carver Trevor Hunt. Above is a photo of the […]

Rest in Power, Clarissa Rizal and Teri Rofkar

We are profoundly grieved by the passing of renowned Tlingit weavers Teri Rofkar and Clarissa Rizal this month. Clarissa passed yesterday morning, and Teri on December 2nd, both from cancer. Our hearts go out to their families and communities, and we send all of our love to those who were touched by them. How can […]