House of Wren co-curates a booth capturing the aboriginal aesthetic and spirit in contemporary times with long-time dealer and African antique expert, Dave Cassera. Featuring more than 20 historic treasures form 19th century Liberia, Angola, Australia, Papau New Guinea and an incredible Olmac, jade mask from Mexico, House of Wren artists will be amongst some of the most inspired and sought after artifacts presenting their own modern day creations. Trevor Allen Huber will show selected works from his hand-made glass Synapse Vessel while Kaye Freeman debuts paintings from her Joshua Tree series.
Art Palm Springs returns to the Palm Springs Convention Center February 16-19, 2017 for a sixth year with an expanded program of panels, artist receptions, book signings, and VIP access events.
The weekend kicks off with the Opening Night Reception and awards presentation. 2017 honorees include Art Patron of the Year to Donna MacMillan and Artist of the Year to Lita Albuquerque. Each year this reception draws a capacity crowd of collectors, curators, artists and tastemakers as they celebrate the curated collection of works presented by the exhibiting galleries from around the globe. 2017 will have a record number of galleries representing over 300 artists from galleries traveling from Europe, Asia, South America and the United States.
A number of VIP events are available throughout the weekend including a Modernism Home Tour, Desert X preview, guided tours of Art Palm Springs, tours of private home collections and a party at the O’Donnell House. Each VIP event requires pre-registration and has limited capacity.


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