Thomas Stream

Gallery will be closed on Sunday, Nov. 10

On Sunday, November 10th our neighborhood will play host to the MLS Cup, and the Sounders will compete for glory! The staff has decided not to try and compete with the 70,000 fans who will descend on Pioneer Square and take the day to stay home and root for the team. Go Sounders! See you […]

Thomas Stream’s “Snow Scene” Paintings Are Available As Prints

Each year the Stonington Gallery hosts an invitational group exhibition celebrating the winter season; and every year painter Thomas Stream (Sun’aq Aleut) is the very first artist to submit his work. From 2013-2016 Stream produced what we at the gallery refer to as his “snow scene” paintings: four beloved gouache on paper paintings that look […]

A Collaboration by Scott Jensen & Thomas Stream Kicks Off the New Year

We can’t imagine a more beautiful, meaningful and optimistic way to  welcome the New Year than with the unveiling of this magnificent collaboration by two of Stonington Gallery’s finest: Thomas Stream and Scott Jensen. This work was kept a secret from the Stonington staff as the hat passed between the artists over the course of […]

Thomas Stream “Aleutian Dream” Painting

“Aleutian Dream” is the result of a client requesting that painter Thomas Stream (Sun’aq Aleut) try his hand at a creature he had never painted before; a Great White shark. The final result is dazzling, with complex composition and a dynamic sense of motion.

“Alaska Past/Present” at Musée Boulogne-sur-Mer opens this June

For years we have had the pleasure of seeing artist and curator Perry Eaton (Alutiiq) when he stops in to the gallery, often on the way to or from France. Eaton has been working closely with the Musée Boulogne-sur-Mer in France, which holds one

2015: A Year for Public Art

2015 saw the collection of quite a bit of Northwest artwork by municipal and medical institutions in our region. The gallery was honored to work with institutions such as the City of Seattle, City of Tacoma, Ballard High School Foundation, University of Washington Medicine, and Swedish Medical Center to place artwork in public spaces and […]