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

Telephone: 206.405.4040 | Toll Free: 866.405.4485


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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.


November 5-28





Alano Edzerza



Opening Reception: First Thursday, November 5



A wizard of many media, the young Tahltan artist Alano Edzerza returns to the gallery with an army of cutting edge formline inspired equally by his heritage and his metropolitan life. Edzerza is known for working across media, but always retaining his ineffable sense of cool. Glass, wood and metal, serigraphs and paintings, even fashion and jewelry: he can do it all.

This landmark exhibit will feature Edzerza's prints, etched glass, wood sculpture, jewelry and giclees on canvas. This is the first solo exhibit for this young, forward-thinking artist at Stonington Gallery in many years, and we cannot wait to see what he has up his sleeve. Included in this email are works in progress at his studio, which have us salivating for more.

December 3 - January 2016




"Early Snow" by Thomas Stream. (c) 2015.


Rivers of the Pacific Northwest

A Group Exhibit


Opening Reception: First Thursday, December 3rd





To close out the year we are honored to present a group exhibit featuring some of the finest artwork and most significant Pacific Northwest Coast artists working today.

Every river generates a unique ecosystem and culture to go with it. Just as rivers carry fish, feed forests and carve through rock in individual ways, they also influence the peoples who live on their banks and use them for transportation. From raging rivers to placid waters, revitalized watersheds to endangered places, we ask our artists reflect on rivers that have meaning in their lives and bring us to sacred places with their art. Please join us as we bring together the region's finest artists to give proper due to our Rivers, their people, and the surrounding environments. We honor the resilience of watersheds, and also their fragility; their remarkable ability to connect peoples; to feed and carry us; to sustain those who rely on them.     

We are excited to curate an exhibit we hope will make an important contribution to a greater and deeper understanding and celebration of our rivers such as the Chefornak, Copper, Cowlitz, Columbia, Deschutes, Duwamish, Elwha, Fraser, Nass, Nisqually, Nooksack, Puyallup, Sauk,Skagit, Skeena, Skokomish, Stikine, and Stillaguamish. 

Artists including Susan Point (Musqueam), Thomas Stream (Sun'aq Aleut), Andrea Sigo (Squaxin Island), Preston Singletary (Tlingit), Shaun Peterson (Puyallup), Andy Peterson (Skokomish), Phil Gray (Ts'msyen), Teri Rofkar (Tlingit), Robin Rorick (Haida), Isabel Rorick (Haida), Robert Davis Hoffman (Tlingit), Clarissa Rizal (Tlingit), Scott Jensen (Adopted Tlingit), Courtney Lipson (Adopted Tlingit), Rick Bartow (Wiyot), Marika Swan (Nuu-chah-nulth), Chloe French (Tlingit), Hib Sabin (Non-Indigenous), Maynard Johnny, Jr. (Penelakut/Kwaguilth), and more will contribute new works.











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