Details, details… We’re in the editing phase of production on Hib Sabin’s new exhibition catalog. The catalog–in both print and digital forms–will debut alongside his solo exhibition, “The Long Game” this July. All photography was shot in-house by our fabulous freelancer Ashley Genevieve, and the introductory essay is by our writer and designer, Sarra Scherb. […]
Read our new digital catalog for Joan Tenenbaum’s sumptuous new exhibit of fine art jewelry.
We are thrilled to present a new digital catalogue in support of the mother/son collaborative show by Isabel and Robin Rorick. This catalog is free to read (just click above) and we encourage you to share. Don’t miss the exhibition, opening this November.
You’ve asked for it, so we’ve obliged: a catalogue of all Hib Sabin’s currently-available works. This digital catalogue features his original juniper sculptures, limited edition bronzes, and collaborative works. For those who have followed his exhibitions with Stonington for years, there will be some favorite faces here, and for those who are new to the […]
We’ve put together a winter season catalogue that serves a few functions: ideas for gifts, updates on what your favorite artists have been up to, and an overview of our gallery’s incredible represented artists. Dive in and enjoy!
The end of the year approaches, and with it our annual holiday catalog, celebrating our amazingly talented artists. Celebrate the holiday season, support our artists and gallery, and gather together. Click below to enjoy!
We’re proud to announce the launch of our newest digital catalog, a comprehensive overview of Barry Herem’s popular corten steel sculptures. With such a variety of designs and sizes, we thought it would help our clientele better understand their options. Because of the fluctuating price of steel, the prices in this catalogue are subject to […]
We are proud to announce the launch of this digital catalog for Raven Skyriver’s “Oceanic” exhibition. It includes an essay written by Stonington Gallery writer Sarra Scherb, photography, and a behind the scenes look at this young glass maestro. Read it by clicking above.