06/07/2020 - 06/30/2020

emergence: a group exhibition

This exhibition will premiere online, and we hope to be able to debut it to visitors later in June! While we are currently still closed for safety, it is our hope that we can open sometime during the upcoming month. More details as they emerge.
We celebrate the re-emergence into public life with works by Trevor Hunt, Jason Hunt and Jeffrey Veregge that were previously only available online. We also introduce the cut-feather works of Chris Maynard (Non-Indigenous) for the first time, a perfect confluence as we open and emerge into nature once more. Maynard is based in Olympia, WA, and uses only the shed feathers of birds to make his detailed compositions celebrating patterns in nature.


07/02/2020 - 07/31/2020

Hib Sabin: In My End Is My Beginning

July 2-31, 2020.

Opening reception details TBA.

This July we welcome Santa Fe-based carver Hib Sabin (Non-Indigenous) for a solo exhibition of new works in juniper and bronze. Always a deep ponderer of humanity and the human condition, we are excited to see what this spring of upheaval has inspired in Sabin, and how his bird-headed figures have adapted to our new reality.


08/06/2020 - 08/31/2020

Lena | Ceara | Jennifer

This August we are proud to present a joint exhibition by three young artists with Alaska Native heritage: Lena Snow Amason (Alutiiq), Ceara Lewis (Aleut), and Jennifer Angaiak Wood (Yup’ik). All three have participated in group exhibitions at our gallery in the past, but this represents the first spotlight exhibitions for each of them. 

Lena Snow Amason (Alutiiq) grew up in the village of Port Lions, Alaska. Amason draws upon imagery of sea life around Kodiak Island for much of her carvings, paintings and drawings. Her work is included in collections at the Alaska Native Heritage Center, Alutiiq Museum, University of Alaska Museum of the North and the Anchorage Museum. Her work has also been included in an exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York.

Ceara Lewis (Aleut) grew up in Cannon Beach, OR, but spends her summers commercial fishing with her family in Bristol Bay, Alaska. Lewis carves mask forms from yellow or red cedar, incorporating a mixture of traditional and contemporary materials, such as hammered copper, porcupine quills, sinew, abalone, and beads. She graduated from Willamette University with a degree in Cultural Anthropology.  She currently apprentices under Greg A. Robinson, a Chinook carver/artist. 

Jennifer Angaiak Wood (Yup’ik) is an artist of Yup’ik, Irish and Italian descent, and was born and raised in Fairbanks, AK. The Yup’ik side of her family comes from Tununak, AK, on the coast of the Bering Sea. Jennifer’s inspirations include historic masks, stories, and her time spent in Tununak growing up. She usually adds modern materials and concepts to her work, and she uses her art as a way to connect with her Yup’ik heritage and bring a little bit of Yup’ik history into the modern world.


09/03/2020 - 09/27/2020

Honoring the Salish Sea


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.