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Flora 14 by Monty Little
Coronavirus arrangements

Our Bristol premises has now re-opened for business. We respectfully request that visitors wait for any previous customers to leave before entering the gallery. Staff are equipped with face masks which they are happy to wear, on request, during your visit. Hand sanitiser is available and all surfaces are cleaned regularly. Welcome back!

Emergence 2020

Rainmaker Gallery will re-open after lockdown with an exhibition that we are calling ‘Emergence 2020’. This group show introduces works on paper by Monty Little and includes drawings by Chris Pappan and Jason Wesaw, photographic portraits by Cara Romero, paintings by Marla Allison and Yatika Starr Fields, and serigraphs by Jordan Craig and Luanne Redeye.

‘Emergence 2020’ marks the re-emergence of our communities from the confines inflicted on the world by the Covid-19 virus. The works selected for this exhibition reference healing, ceremony, meditation, nature and resilience.

Made with Love

In addition to original art, at Rainmaker Gallery we carry an exclusive range of expertly hand-crafted Native American jewellery, Zuni fetish carvings and magnificent Pendleton blankets. All our items make unique and meaningful gifts to treasure for life and are available for you to purchase right here on the website.

link to Native American jewellery

Native American Jewellery

link to Pendleton blankets

Pendleton Blankets

link to Zuni fetish carvings (white Badger by Daniel Westika)

Zuni Fetish Carvings

Our Story

RAINMAKER Gallery was first established in Manchester in 1991 as a space for Native American Indian artists to represent themselves as unique and creative individuals with an artistic message relevant to us all…

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