April

04/01/2020 - 04/30/2020

Jason & Trevor Hunt: Bloodlines (Online Exhibition)

ONLINE EXHIBIT: In April we feature brothers Jason Hunt and Trevor Hunt, who hail from the famed artistic lineage of the Hunt family of Fort Rupert on Vancouver Island (BC). Many of the brothers’ family members–including father Stan Hunt–are renowned artists known for their incredible masks, panels, paddles, and drums, and these two continue that tradition with modern flair and tools. We look forward to seeing what kinds of spectacular Vancouver Island-style works will emerge for this joint show.

Online Exhibition

03/16/2020 - 04/16/2020

The Hope of Spring

Though the Stonington Gallery physical space will be closed until at least April 1st, we can still share the work of our fantastic artists with you! (We are also working from home, and reachable by email and phone during business hours.) We are thinking of you all and sending each of you our love and very best wishes.

As so many of our daily routines are interrupted, please find time to be outdoors and enjoy the early signs of spring. In the Northwest we are savoring our springtime rituals as nature responds to the lengthening days. The steelhead are returning to their rivers. The robins are in our parks and gardens. The Indian Plum blossoms are nourishing the Anna’s hummingbirds and native bees. The sun paints the woods a light-dappled green. Soon, the frogs will fill the night air with their beautiful chorus and herald one of Planet Earth’s most glorious events: springtime.

May

05/07/2020 - 05/31/2020

Jeffrey Veregge: A Better Tomorrow

Inspired by the hopeful outlook of the technical and scientific innovations of the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair and Century 21 Expo, Jeffrey Veregge (Port Gamble S’Klallam) continues his exploration of hope, teamwork and positivity through the lens of Americana, nostalgia and pop art. Utilizing Salish design in his signature Salish Geek style, Veregge pays tribute to a time when the future was seen as boundless, and technology represented opportunities and solutions.

October

10/01/2020 - 10/31/2020

Northwest Native Glass Art: Dan Friday | Preston Singletary | Raven Skyriver

Northwest Native Art Glass is the confluence place where contemporary Northwest Indigenous art and the studio glass movement collide. The result are works in the medium of glass that reflect on, honor and explore Indigenous heritage, made by contemporary glass artists at the height of their powers. We are honored to represent three of the most important Indigenous glass artists working today: Dan Friday (Lummi), Preston Singletary (Tlingit), and Raven Skyriver (Tlingit). We feature these three Washington-based artists in October, as part of the Refract Festival that brings glass to the forefront in Seattle.