celebrating a decade of handmade
1609 Madison Rd_ the new indigenous
the  indigenous  leaflet  ~  July  2017      
Looks like we've made it.
Thank you for all of your help along the way.

It is just about time for us to turn over a new leaf and move to our new home in East Walnut Hills at 1609 Madison Road. The summer began with big news of awesome change and the time has flown by gracefully!
This coming week, July 24th through July 29th we will be cutting our gallery hours back to 10 to 6 daily, with our last day in O'Bryonville on July 29th.

August 18th _ our soft opening 
is a bittersweet time for indigenous
as we have loved so much of our neighborhood for more than a decade. The good news is we'll only be three quarters of a mile down the road, still easy to find on Madison. Our O'Bryonville friends will still seem like neighbors, and we'll have a whole new group of independent business owners, crews, and supporters with whom to make friends! 

Packing our artful collection is underway, but the MOVING SALE continues through our very last day on July 29th, so please stop in soon for some wonderful deals!

We're looking forward to settling in to our new location and creating an inviting space to showcase some of the finest handmade arts, crafts, and jewelry for you to peruse. New works will be arriving throughout the month along with a few new artists' collections we're excited to showcase for the first time.

Expect indigenous to re-open in early August (stay tuned for official date), but mark your calendars for our very soft opening that will coincide with the first community event, the Walk on Woodburn (WoW) on Friday, August 18th. Please join us as Amy Greely will present a new collection of her nature-inspired jewelry, including a tree-full variety of leaves during her Trunk Show

Stay up to date as we turn over a new leaf by visiting our facebook page 

exciting news ~

Moving Sale starts July 1st_ 
Once-in-a-lifetime MOVING SALE at indigenous
runs through our last day in O'Bryonville, July 29th.  
Come soon as our collection is slowly, but surely being packed daily.
Find fantastic deals on our handmade works as we are offering
20 - 50% off 
most (but not all) of the current selection.
the new indigenous at 1609 Madison Rd

Soon we'll be joining the vibrant community of East Walnut Hills near DeSales Corner and the Woodburn business district. Our new space provides us with an opportunity for a fresh look with high ceilings, huge windows, bright light, great visibilty, and a lovely surrounding area. It's easy to get to, with plenty of parking in two public lots and easily accessible spots right next to the gallery - on Madison Road & on Moorman Avenue (where we're located).
   We look forward to making friends with our new neighbors, including ~
Cafe DeSales, Woodburn Brewery, O Pie O, Argos Pet, Myrtle's Punch House, LeftCoast Modern, Manifest Gallery, Hi-Bred Vintage, Parlour, Suzie Wongs Asian Fusion, Your Friends & Neighbors, Cincinnati Bicycle Co, Palette Studios, Kitchen 452, Black Rabbit Salon, The Growler House, Designs on Madison (just moved from O'Bryonville too) and more...

Join us for our soft-opening on August 18th
Walk on Woodburn ( WoW), 6 to 9 
Amy Greely Jewelry Trunk Show, 1 to 9 
Amy Greely
Amy Greely 

let art be part of your nature ~ 

the new indigenous at 1609 Madison Road
The last days of summer promise to be action-packed for indigenous!

Please note, we're open 10-6 July 24-29, with our last day in O'Bryonville on July 29th

Our soft opening in East Walnut Hills happens August 18th for the Walk on Woodburn neighborhood event. Joining us in the festivities will be beloved jewelry artist, Amy Greely, with a fabulous trunk show of her leaves and nature-inspired works!

As September rolls around, we will anticipate our favorite season and enjoy even more indigenous excitement. Along with the grand opening at 1609 Madison Road, we will invite you, our loyal customers to turn over a new leaf! Keep your eyes peeled for "lucky leaves". Stay tuned to all of our social media sites, emails, and print pieces for details about your chance to find one of the hundred lucky indigenous leaves to be hidden around our beautiful city!!

Join us as we turn over a new leaf, and bloom into something bright & new.  
Artfully yours,
the whole crew (+ Junipurr) of
~ indigenous, a handcrafted gallery

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