Stonington Gallery

Evelyn Vanderhoop’s Ravenstail Robe Enters the Collection of the MFA Boston

Evelyn Vanderhoop (Haida) weaving a contemporary masterwork for the MFA Boston Collection, 2019. Photo by Bernadette Jarrard. A Contemporary Ravenstail Robe Enters the Collection of the MFA Boston Two years ago we embarked on an exciting project with curators at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and Evelyn Vanderhoop (Haida): the weaving of a contemporary Ravenstail robe […]

Our Annual Framing Sale Begins!

  The Stonington Gallery employs a full-time framer, the wonderful Terry Upshall, who frames 99% of the flat work you see in the gallery. But did you know that we will also frame works you bring in to us? Terry uses conservation-grade materials and is available each Tuesday-Saturday for consultations*. From Jan 12- Feb 28: […]

A Look Back at 2018: Art In Action!

2018 was a busy year for Stonington and our artists, and we wanted to share some of what we’ve been bustling about. From special commissions to museum acquisitions, to some secrets that we still can’t talk about, there have been fantastic projects in the works! Numerous works from Stonington were added to museum and civic […]

Gallery Will Be Closed On Thanksgiving

In observance of Thanksgiving the gallery will be closed on November 22nd, 2018. We re-open with normal hours on Friday, November 23rd.   “Ember” by Qwalsius Shaun Peterson (Puyallup). Limited Edition Giclee – 15″h x 13″w    

Coming Up: A Season of Northwest Native Art Glass!

We are devoting our autumn season to back-to-back-to-back exhibits by three of the region’s top Native glass artists, in a celebration of the Northwest Native Art Glass movement. September brings Dan Friday (Lummi), October is Preston Singletary (Tlingit), and in November we close with Raven Skyriver (Tlingit). All three of these artists uses the medium of glass to reflect on aspects […]

Getting Here and There: Free Waterfront Shuttle

We know that Pioneer Square and the rest of downtown Seattle are busier than ever, and that parking and transit can be a challenge. So, we’re excited about this new pilot program that just launched for the summer: a free waterfront shuttle that runs for nine stops along the downtown waterfront! It connects our Pioneer […]

Gallery Will Be Closed for July 4th

The gallery will be closed this Wednesday, July 4th, in observance of Independence Day. We will be back open with normal hours on Thursday, and will open Hib Sabin’s solo exhibition on Thursday evening from 6-8pm.

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Gallery Will Be Closed for Memorial Day

The gallery will be closed on Monday, May 28th in observance of Memorial Day. We hope you have a beautiful day, and we’ll see you Tuesday at normal opening hours. Wolf Brothers by Shaun Peterson – Qwalsius (Puyallup/Tulalip)  22.75″h x 22″w

Meet the Artist: Lillian Pitt

Stonington Gallery is honored to show a new body of work this May that springs from the vision of respected elder artist Lillian Pitt, in collaboration with Dan Friday (Lummi). Lillian has written and spoken extensively on her experiences as an indigenous artist and her journey to becoming the culture-bearer she is today. Learn more […]

Watch Dan Friday sculpt a glass bear totem

Dan Friday (Lummi) recently completed a white-hot residency at the Corning Museum of Glass, and the museum has produced this excellent video that details the hours of work and concentration that goes into making one of Dan’s Totem figures. This three hour video is a great introduction to hotsculpting, and it includes something we’ve never […]

Coming Up: Lillian Pitt + Dan Friday Collaborative Exhibit

The gallery is proud to host an exhibition of collaborative glass work by artists Lillian Pitt (Warm Springs/Wasco/Yakama) and Dan Friday (Lummi) this May. The works are currently undergoing coldworking, and then will be photographed and transported for their debut on May 5th. The vessels were made collaboratively at a multi-day glass blow earlier in 2018; Dan brought over twenty […]