Related Links

Reptile Gardens
www.reptilegardens.com
Discover our collection of New Guinea art in person! Visit our physical location on the grounds of the famous Reptile Gardens. Located in Rapid City, South Dakota (USA), our offering of tribal art is the largest selection of New Guinea art in the western hemisphere.

New Guinea Art
www.NewGuineaArt.com
NewGuineaArt.com is our sister site specializing in high end, museum quality pieces primarily from New Guinea. The site features an image rich art gallery, information about evaluating PNG Art, and even a collection of “collecting quotes”.

Gem & Mineral Show
www.tgms.org/2010show.htm
The acclaimed Tucson Gem and Mineral Show has set the standard for gem and mineral shows around the world, and is now the largest gem and mineral show in the United States.

Pueblo Gem & Mineral Show
www.pueblogemshow.com
We will be at the 2011 Gem & Mineral show! This spectacular event features jewelry, colored gems and minerals from all over the world! Look for us on the Exhibitors List:
ART-PACIFIC.COM / NEWGUINEAART.COM

Burning Man
www.burningman.com
Burning Man is an annual art event and transient community based on radical self expression and self-reliance in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada (we have sold many gourds to attendees!).

New Guinea Tribal Art
Art-Pacific.com
www.art-pacific.com
Ron Perry and Carolyn Leigh spend several months a year travelling, collecting and trading tribal art, primarily from Papua New Guinea. Mr. Perry has been exploring and collecting in the South Pacific since 1963.

Online Shopping Tribal Art

New Guinea Tribal Art eGuide

Available on amazon.com and iTunes

new guinea tribal art eguide

Find out about your fabulous piece of New Guinea tribal art. The eGuide provides quick info about New Guinea art and art areas with links to more information. The eGuide contains over 130 photographs and 10 maps, plus adventure photos from Ron Perry's forty years of explorations in New Guinea and additional research by Doug Mehaffey. A print edition would be 128 pages.

The eGuide is an easily accessible, portable guide for electronic reading devices. Enjoy collecting and living with the beauty and power of New Guinea tribal art.

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