Kelly Cannell

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About Our Gallery

Steinbrueck Native Gallery is dedicated to enhancing and cultivating the appreciation and awareness of the cultural traditions of the Northwest Coast First Nations peoples. The Gallery is a place of gathering for artists and appreciators; collectors and scholars. We pride ourselves on featuring First Nations artists. We exhibit an array of works by long established masters and talented emerging artists.

Our diverse collection includes ceremonial masks, panels, paddles, drums, rattles, button blankets, bentwood boxes, limited edition prints, original paintings, baskets, and fine jewelry. The Gallery also features a collection of Alaskan and Arctic art including soapstone, walrus ivory, and whalebone sculpture.

Update on hours of operation

The gallery will be open 11 - 5 every day and by appointment for additional hours. We are following COVID-19 guidelines put in place by the King County Public Health Board, including social distancing spaces of 6 feet between individuals and wearing recommended face masks, which the gallery can provide if required.

If you’d like to schedule a private visit, please email the gallery or call us at one of the numbers below. We are also more than happy to make arrangements for viewing via Skype, FaceTime or Zoom if you’d prefer.

Thank you so much and we look forward to safely seeing everyone again soon!

About Our Gallery

Steinbrueck Native Gallery is dedicated to enhancing and cultivating the appreciation and awareness of the cultural traditions of the Northwest Coast First Nations peoples. The Gallery is a place of gathering for artists and appreciators; collectors and scholars. We pride ourselves on featuring First Nations artists. We exhibit an array of works by long established masters and talented emerging artists.

Our diverse collection includes ceremonial masks, panels, paddles, drums, rattles, button blankets, bentwood boxes, limited edition prints, original paintings, baskets, and fine jewelry. The Gallery also features a collection of Alaskan and Arctic art including soapstone, walrus ivory, and whalebone sculpture.

Update on hours of operation

The gallery will be open 11 - 5 every day and by appointment for additional hours. We are following COVID-19 guidelines put in place by the King County Public Health Board, including social distancing spaces of 6 feet between individuals and wearing recommended face masks, which the gallery can provide if required.

If you’d like to schedule a private visit, please email the gallery or call us at one of the numbers below. We are also more than happy to make arrangements for viewing via Skype, FaceTime or Zoom if you’d prefer.

Thank you so much and we look forward to safely seeing everyone again soon!