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Coyote Tales No.1 by Cara Romero

21 March – 8 June 2019

This spring Rainmaker Gallery showcases a new generation of Native American artists. These young creatives bring an explosive visual mix of techniques, experimentation and individual perspectives that shatter clichéd perceptions of ‘Indian’ art and life. They offer a refreshing perspective on what it means to grow up in the United States today.

The contemporary expressions included in this exhibition are a snapshot of the vast Native American talent very much alive and making a mark in the world. Educated, articulate and fearless, this generation of Native artists epitomises the exciting and fast-changing scene of indigenous art. These are The Young Americans of today – indigenous, dynamic and indomitable.

CANNUPA HANSKA LUGER - Thursday 9 May 2019

Join artist activist Cannupa Hanska Luger in conversation on Thursday 9th May. As visiting artist for The Young Americans exhibition, Cannupa and his family will be travelling to Bristol for an artist reception at Rainmaker Gallery. The reception will be preceded by an ‘artist talk’ in the form of an open discussion, to which you are all invited.

Artist Talk: Thursday 9 May 3pm – 4pm at Friends Meeting House 126 Hampton Road Bristol BS6 6JE (£5). To book please contact gallery@rainmakerart.co.uk

Artist Reception: Thursday 9 May 6pm – 8pm at Rainmaker Gallery (free).

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.

Repoussée cuff by Jennifer Medina

Native American Jewellery

Pendleton Saddle Blanket, Tucson red

Pendleton Blankets

Zuni Polar Bear fetish carving

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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