Stewart is a mixed-media studio and public artist whose work ranges from paper arts to three-dimensional assemblages and sculpture. His work is influenced by his curiosity of the built and natural environment and the structure and mechanics of those environments. The work he produces is reflective of his knowledge and experience composing a variety of materials into a single product or an installation; adding layers of purpose, meaning and intrigue. "When I create or design something, I find the project's concept will dictate what my material composition will likely be."
He received his BFA in Design from Cornish College in Seattle. Currently he is a ceramics instructor in an after school program at Island Park Elementary on Mercer Island. He has completed residencies at Island Park Elementary and at the Wing Luke Museum's summer YouthCan program. His public art installations include the Sammamish Park and Ride for King County Metro and also the Wing Luke Museum's Community Hall. His teaching experience includes: Artist workshops at the Bellevue Art Museum and the Wing Luke Museum, youth summer recreational programs in the Honolulu school district, an Origami workshop in the Boise School District as well as seminar lecturer on cement sculpture at Pratt Fine Arts Center.
Wong is producing a series of ceramic sculptures and has contributed several to the Wing Luke Museum's annual art auction. He is a member of Northwest Designer Craftsman and a former Resident Artist at Seward Park Clay Studio.