Annual Framing & Framed Art Sale

01/15/2020 - 02/15/2020

Winter 2020

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:
-Take 20% off all new framing projects, regardless if they are work purchased in or out of the gallery.
-Take 20% off the framing cost of all framed works in the gallery. We pre-frame many prints, paintings and flat media, and this is your opportunity to knock down the framing price and take home a piece ready for hanging.
-Any flat work you purchase with the gallery automatically qualifies for 20% off the framing costs if you choose to frame it with us.

December

12/04/2019 - 01/31/2020

Stonington Celebrates 40

Exhibition opens during the First Thursday Artwalk, December 5, 6-8pm.
Exhibit runs December 5, 2019 – January 2020.

Stonington Gallery celebrates a milestone: our 40th anniversary! We have been exhibiting masterworks of the Northwest Coast and Alaska for four decades, and we are proud to continue representing the talented artists of our region into the future. We have seen the rise of cultural renaissance, the advent of recessions large and small, three locations, upturns, downturns, and everything in between. Our staff has used typewriters, word processors, and computers of every size and speed. And all of that is not even mentioning the hundreds of incredible artists, clients and supporters without whom we would not be here today. Join us for a group exhibition of stellar works in every medium, style and size this December as we celebrate our community and look towards the future.

February

02/06/2020 - 02/29/2020

Crystal Worl: On the Water

We begin our 2020 exhibition season with a show of original paintings and carving by the Juneau-based mixed media artist and entrepreneur Crystal Worl (Tlingit/Athabascan). The core of this exhibit are eleven original watercolors Worl created for the new trilingual children’s book, “Cradle Songs of Southeast Alaska”. The book includes lullabies in three languages–Tlingit, Haida, and Ts’msyen–and is newly available for wide release. These vivid watercolors are celebrations of communication between generations, and their bold colors connote the joy and strong sense-memories of childhood.

April

04/02/2020 - 04/30/2020

Jason & Trevor Hunt: Bloodlines