indigenous craft gallery 

  the indigenous leaflet ~ November 2018
Fall is in full swing with crisp weather and dancing leaves. It's a natural reminder that it is the perfect time to begin shopping for the holidays! Our indigenous family of
Lida Anderson 
Lidia Anderson Stars are back and sparkling as ever! 
artists has been busy all year long to present new, delightful work in time for this season of giving. To entice you to get into the spirit of the season, we have many artful events!
This Friday, November 9, jewelry artist, Amy Greely will be here for an annual trunk show of her fantastic mixed metals wearable works of art! The event goes from 2-10, but happens only once a year - your chance to shop the collection in its entirety. On the same evening, from 6-10, the whole neighborhood of East Walnut Hills will be celebrating Walk on Woodburn. So, after choosing your favorite handmade goods, there is much more to enjoy with all of our neighboring businesses!

Anne Nye
Fused glass works from Anne Nye just added!
Next on the calendar, indigenous will offer a Thank You Weekend. When you spend fifty dollars or more on November 17 & 18, we will thank you with a free ornament. Two of our favorite local jewelry artists will also be presenting trunk shows of their work on these days. Saturday, the 17th, Celeste Sheets will display her whole collection of Savage Juliette jewelry for you to shop. The very next day, Karen Trimble-Shell will be here with an exciting new jewelry collection called Color! Color!. These are the best days to discover the best from both of these amazing local jewelers!
We're here seven days a week, so we're always happy to help you find the perfect pieces to impress everyone on your gift list - including yourself!

happening at indigenous FRIDAY ~

November 9 ~ Amy Greely  
Jewelry Trunk Show, Friday 2-10  
Amy Greely
Amy Greely
Amy Greely
Amy Greely 
Please join us for our much-anticipated annual Trunk Show by Amy Greely on Friday during the neighborhood celebration, Walk on Woodburn.
Amy will present an extensive selection of her latest mixed metals jewelry strongly inspired by all things in nature - leaves, flowers, twigs, seeds, lichen and more. Shop the incredible variety of designs and meet the artist from 2 to 10.
Enjoy a sneak peek at our holiday collection and the Walk on Woodburn 
(WoW) night in East Walnut Hills so the business district will be  
lively - shops, galleries, eateries, and drinkeries will all be a buzz with  
seasonal specials from 6 to 10.
November 9 ~ Walk on Woodburn
~ a neighborhood event, 6-10 
indigenous at 1609 Madison Road in East Walnut Hills
Enjoy a stroll in our neighborhood,
East Walnut Hills for a Friday night celebration from 6 to 10. Come for the revelry, camaraderie, art, food, drinks, music, exhibit openings, shopping and specials at your favorite small businesses, especially indigenous . . .

 introducing new artists ~

Laurie & Dan Hennig

Dan _ Laurie Hennig
Laurie _ Dan Hennig

Dan _ Laurie Hennig
When we discovered this menagerie of beautiful beasts many years ago, we knew we needed this work at indigenous. We finally connected and are pleased to welcome new potters / ceramic sculptors, Dan & Laurie Hennig, to the indigenous family of artists! Adding their talent to our nature-inspired collection of handmade goods with spectacular, functional vessels capturing the spirit of many of our favorite beasts! Find cool creatures like hares, crows, turtles, iguana, hippos, rhino, rat, fox, giraffe, and more!
Ashley Perks
Ashley Perks
Ashley Perks
Ashley Perks
Please help us welcome Ashley Perks to the indigenous family of artists! Ashley delivered her first batch of clean-lined, mod gold-toned jewelry from Columbus, Ohio. Find easy-to-wear pieces in raw and plated brass accented with semi-precious stones and shells at easy-to-handle prices. Stop in soon to see all of the wonderful new handmade goods & her new case of jewelry!
Clare Rumpke
Please help us welcome another talented Cincinnati potter to the indigenous family of artists, Clare Rumpke. Clare delivered her first collection of lovely vessels ~ each is unique with varied glaze, color, and surface texture.
Clare Rumpke
"Clare Rumpke graduated from Edgecliff College of the Arts which provided the foundation and the impetus for an immersion in Japanese arts later in life when she moved to Japan's center of style and design, the Aoyama Harajuku District of Tokyo.
Clare studied Japanese culinary and visual arts, became interested in traditional Japanese performing arts such as Noh and Kabuki while observing style trends and approaches first hand in Aoyama Harajuku. Her enthusiasm for "things Japanese" combined with a foundation in Western art, ultimately led to a role as the senior design advisor for a Japanese investment company in Tokyo. These Asian experiences, combined with travel to Europe, Africa and the Middle East, now manifest itself in how she designs her pieces. Her selection of colors, textures, shapes and sizes all reflect a blend of eastern and western sensitivity. For example, as opposed to conventional pottery, Clare devotes more time to "old world" firing and glazing methods such as Raku, Obvara and Pit that result in one-of-a-kind pieces."
Daniel Grant & Ingela Noren
Daniel Grant _ Ingela Noren
Daniel Grant _ Ingela Noren
Daniel Grant _ Ingela Noren
This season is keeping us busy - with new artists and new designs! Please help us welcome new artists Daniel Grant & Ingela Noren to the indigenous family! This talented design duo delivered their first batch of beautiful frames and wall mirrors. Created in hardwoods and hand painted in a Scandinavian style with buttermilk glazes to look like lush, exotic woods, they are just lovely additions to our dynamic collection.
Hamid Emami
Hamid Emami
Hamid Emami
Hamid Emami
Hamid Emami
Keeping things fresh, we've added another maker for you - Hamid Emami. Please help us welcome him to our indigenous family of artists. Hamid has added some bright, cheery designs to our dynamic collection with his stained glass & wire work suncatchers. Find moons and stars along with suns, dragonflies, cats, dogs, birds, bicycles, mermaids, and more!

more happenings at indigenous ~

a season of artful events. . . 
November 17 & 18   Thank You Weekend  
As our Thank You for always supporting indigenous and our skilled makers, we want to help you Trim Your Tree with a FREE handmade ornament with every purchase ($50 or more).  
Celeste Sheets
  November 17  
Celeste Sheets
Savage Juliette Jewelry Trunk Show 
Karen Trimble-Shell
 November 18  
Karen Trimble-Shell
Color! Color! Jewelry Trunk Show    
November 24  Small Business Saturday
Shop small and support the holiday tradition of classic, brick & mortar small businesses.   
December 14   Walk on Woodburn
The last big neighborhood hoorah of the season. Please join us!
Petcasso Pets!
Petcasso Pet
Partnering with Pets In Need, one of the wonderful local charitable organizations devoted to animals, we get to show off a few Painted Pets for their annual Petcasso Silent Auction. See this beauty and two others at the gallery through November 15. The silent auction has started online already, so if you fall in love with one of the cats, dogs, or bunnies, now is the time to bid! Enjoy the festivities of Pets In Need fundraiser on November 17.

let art be part of your nature ~

John Matz
John Matz delivered a great new collection of stained glass works
We hope to see you soon and often ~ perusing the variety of all of our newest arrivals and getting the first picks!  
Please don't forget your favorite local, handmade shop, indigenous for Small Business Saturday on November 24. We truly appreciate your support on this day and all throughout the year. Your purchases help to keep us open and offering fine, handmade arts, crafts and jewelry, supporting more than 100 local artists!
Mark your calendars for the final East Walnut Hills event for 2018, the Walk on Woodburn, December 14. It will be the perfect time to pick last minute hostess gifts and finish your holiday shopping - all while enjoying the amenities of the neighborhood! 
We are looking forward to sharing a wonderful season with you!
Artfully yours,
from the whole crafty crew ~  Diane, Jenn, Kelsey, Celeste, Heather, Sunshine, Jeannine, Sara, Karen, Eva, Sharon & Junipurr! 
~ indigenous craft gallery

easy parking 
~plenty of nearby parking, 20 free spaces on Madison, 6 meters on Moorman and three public lots, along with other street parking in the area 
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