Established in 1979, the Stonington Gallery in Seattle proves to be an accessible space that adequately informs guests about the authentic character of the city. Providing exhibits that primarily focus on Pacific Northwest and Alaskan contemporary masterworks, the gallery hopes to enrich perceptions and educate.
The Stonington Gallery displays art in a variety of mediums, with an emphasis on glass sculptures by contemporary indigenous artists, as well as work by local Salish artists. Highlighting the progressiveness and leadership of the space is the fact that the Stonington Gallery was the first exhibition space to do a solo feature on Salish cultures.
Recognized as an "invaluable resource for collectors worldwide," the contemporary art institutions is a proud member of the Seattle Art Dealers Association.