Turquoise Tortoise Gallery
An expanded selection of Wounaan masterworks baskets will be on display during the 1st Friday Art Walk on June 7th. Striking Geometrics, colorful florals and detailed birds created over months and years. The Turquoise Tortoise will be celebrating 42 years of Native American and Southwestern Art. Visit their website for more information.
June 20-July 10th
The fabulous Mchugh Gallery of Aspen will be hosting an expanded display of Wounaan baskets from Rainforest Baskets for the second half of June through the first week of July. The Mchugh Gallery can make the baskets look just right setting on top of a 4 foot tall red apple, or nestled next to antique french furniture, anywhere in this gallery full of treasures. Find the Mchugh Gallery online.
July 15-August 6th
For 3 weeks the Lustre Gallery will be showing the expanded display of Wounaan baskets as the summer basket tour continues. The gallery owners are experts in showing rare treats in a bright, colorful atmosphere. Visit at dusk to view the baskets in the most beautiful lighting you will see anywhere. They will be showcasing selections from the entire collection: geometrics, pictorials, miniatures and masterworks. Learn more about Lustre Gallery.
Turquoise Tortoise Gallery
RainforestBaskets.com will have an expanded display at the Turquoise Tortoise during the 1st Friday Art Walk. We will be there to answer questions, display new pieces, and help build your collection. The expanded display will remain through June 10th, 2012.
Museum of Latin American Art
Long Beach, CA
Sunday, June 17, 2012, 11:00am until 5:00pm.
Join RainforestBaskets.com at the MOLAA for Target Free Sunday, when the museum offers free admission to the public. The Trunk Show will take place in the lobby, right outside the Store from 11:00-5:00pm.
Art Santa Fe
Santa Fe, NM
Friday, July 13 thru Sunday, July 15
Santa Fe Convention Center
11: AM - 6:00 PM
We will be displaying our collection at Art Santa Fe 2012, during Folk Art Market. In 2012 ART Santa Fe will celebrate its twelfth successful fair, once again offering an all-encompassing experience that includes a high-class mix of excellent contemporary galleries from all over the globe, cutting-edge art installations, and emerging artists and dealers. The high-stakes world of the international art fair will once again provide heady, glamorous fare for serious collectors and scene-seekers alike. Read more.
Thursday, July 26 thru Saturday, July 28th
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
RainforestBaskets.com will show all three collections, the Pictorials, Geometrics and the exclusive Masterworks collection at Lustre Gallery for a special 3 day event. The gallery's current display will be expanded to include works four years in production, only shown rarely. We will be available to talk about the art form, answer questions and help build your collection.
The Santa Fe Show
Santa Fe, NM
August 11 at 11:00am until August 19 at 5:00pm
El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe
RainforestBaskets.com will be participating in The 2012 Santa Fe Show, which will span two weekends and run parallel to the Indian and Ethnographic Antique Shows and Indian Market.
Featuring more than 60 exhibitors, with material ranging from contemporary to historic. The show will include paintings, sculpture, and fine art of all kinds, furniture, books, posters, jewelry, textiles, and tribal, folk, American Indian, African, and Asian art –"OBJECTS OF ART" from around the world.
Mingei International Museum
San Diego, CA
August 31-September 2 at 10:00am - 4:00pm.
The Collectors' Gallery will feature baskets from Rainforestbaskets.com, which specializes in Wounaan Hösig Di (finest baskets) artworks from the Darién Rainforest of Panamá.
Rainforestbaskets.com has established a trusted patron relationship that enables them not only to financially empower Wounaan women and their families, but also support the acquisitional and educational needs of discriminating collectors and museums.
Friday Art Walk at Toh-Atin Gallery
The RainforestBaskets.com collection of masterworks and gift sized pieces will be featured at Toh-Atin Gallery in Durango for the Friday Art walk. This is a perfect time to view the masterworks collection and pick up early holiday gifts. Toh-Atin Gallery of Durango, Colorado, established in 1957, is recognized as a quality dealer in Native American and Southwest art. Having begun as traders in Navajo rugs, the family business, owned and operated by Jackson Clark, has a nationwide reputation as one of the finest gallery operations in the country.
San Francisco Tribal & Textile Arts
The San Francisco Tribal & Textile Arts Show is heralded as the best Tribal Art show in world. Each year this anticipated event brings together an impressive living history of global culture, including ethnographic sculptures, textiles and accessories. Collectors, designers and art lovers the world over attend this show to see what’s new on the market and find out where collecting trends are going. Visit the Wounaan Rainforest Basket collection, including the geometrics, pictorials and the masterworks collection, and also view the gift-sized collection.
The Marin Show: Art of the Americas
The Marin Show: Art of the Americas, in its 29th year has long been thought of as the most substantive and extensive showcase of indigenous arts from across North, Central and South America. With more than 150 noted exhibitors, the show brings together top and passionate dealers, artists, and collectors from across the world. Explore a vast array of both antique and contemporary items for sale including; Native American, Pre-Columbian, Spanish Colonial, Latin American, and Western art and collectibles.