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STONINGTON GALLERY CALENDAR

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Address: 125 South Jackson Street | Seattle, WA | 98104

Telephone: 206.405.4040 | Toll Free: 866.405.4485

Email: art@stoningtongallery.com

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Business Hours (PST): Weekdays 10am-6pm | Saturday 10am-5:30pm | Sunday 12pm-5pm

Since 1979, Stonington Gallery has represented the finest contemporary Northwest Coast art. Our artists work in many media, styles and traditions, and are at the forefront of Pacific Northwest culture and art. The gallery offers full framing services and outstanding customer service. Visit us for exhibitions and events, and keep abreast of news here at our website or on Facebook.

Stonington Gallery facilitates many commissions between artists and collectors each year. Please contact the gallery with inquiries about commissioning works for your collection.

        

July 2 - 31

 

 

Raven Skyriver: INTERTIDAL

 

Opening Reception: First Thursday July 2

6-8pm

Exhibit Runs July 2- 31

We are proud to present the newest solo exhibit by glass artist Raven Skyriver (Tlingit). The majority of works in this exhibition were blown over the last few months at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, as well as in local studios around Seattle. Skyriver was the recipient of a prestigious "Fuel their Fire" residency at the museum, and many of the works in this show are the result of that program.

Skyriver also visited Hawaii for the first time this year, and was deeply inspired by the sea life he was able to watch in that ecosystem. An astonishing Sea Turtle sculpture makes its debut in this exhibit, the product of that Hawaii trip. The sea turtle is one of the most technically complex pieces Raven and his crew have tackled, with twenty hours into the pre-production alone.

An exhibit catalog for this show is forthcoming.

August 6 - 29

 

 

Hib Sabin in Collaboration with Peter Wright
Barn Owl Spirit Jar
Carved Juniper, Blown Glass
17"h x 7"w x 7"d
$4,600

 

Spotlight On: Hib Sabin

 

Opening Reception: First Thursday Aug 6

6-8pm

Exhibit Runs Aug 6 - 29

Hib Sabin
Great Raven Crosses the Divide
Juniper, Pigments, Metal Base
11.50"h x 16.25"w x 14.25"d
$7,000

Hib Sabin (Non-Indigenous) will present new works inspired by Goya's "The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters" as well as select works from his archive. Juniper originals and bronze editions will both be available. More information forthcoming.

September 3 - 26

 

 

 

 

Nikki McClure, Thomas Stream

& Joan Tenenbaum

 

Opening Reception: First Thursday Sept 3

6-8pm

Exhibit Runs Sept 3 - 26

 

 

 

We are proud to present a three person exhibit featuring paper artist Nikki McClure (Non-Indigenous), painter Thomas Stream (Sun'aq Aleut) and jeweler Joan Tenenbaum (Non-Indigenous). These three Washington artists are deeply inspired by the landscapes and wildlife of the Northwest, and each renders their vision of this place in exquisite detail and skill.

 

NIKKI MCCLURE 

  

We welcome Olympia-based cut paper artist Nikki McClure back to the gallery for her second show with us. Last year, she presented extraordinary two-tone and monochrome scenes made with paper and an exacto blade from her forthcoming 2014 calendar. We can't wait to see what scenes she has in store for us this year!

 

THOMAS STREAM

Stream (Sun'aq Aleut) has long been inspired by the tragic story of young Aleut women who were taken from their homes by armed Russian traders in the 1700s and were ultimately killed in cold blood on the trip back to Siberia. In this exhibit, he honors their memory in one of the most moving and beautiful series of paintings he has ever produced. Select works from Stream's archive will also be included in the exhibit, as well as small new works.

 

JOAN TENENBAUM

   

Tenenbaum will present a new body of wearable art by combining her cloisonne glass work with her intricate silversmithing. Using nature photography as a reference, Tenenbaum crafts a bird out of glass and gold wires, and then surrounds the cloisonne with a setting silver that reflects its natural environment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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