celebrating a decade of handmade
the  indigenous  leaflet  ~  June  2017      
Hello summertime, we are ready for some fun!    
indigenous has exciting news as we plan to turn over a new leaf
It_stime to turn over a new leaf_
We have found a beautiful new space for the gallery! It's just down the street in East Walnut Hills, less than a mile away from our current location where indigenous began in 2006. Can you believe it's been more than 10 years since we started offering all of our wonderful, handmade goods? Oh, how crafty times fly.
This summer will be a pretty busy one for us. Don't fret, we are still really well-stocked with an eclectic collection of works from more than 150 artists, ready to fill your arts & crafts and gift-giving needs, seven days a week.

We do need to ask for your help with the first step of our migration. How can you help? (You're so nice, you would offer...). Shop our big MOVING SALE next month. We'd love to offer you some fantastic deals! The more you buy, the less we have to pack! Please stay tuned for more details about the sale and our schedule in this and next month's indigenous leaflet and for daily updates, please visit our facebook page.

Stop in soon to give your cool dad the gift of local & handmade for Father's Day (it's this Sunday!)

exciting news ~

Find us in our new location in August

After more than a decade in our original home in O'Bryonville, indigenous is MOVING to a lovely
new space in East Walnut Hills.  
Find us in our bright, beautiful new location at
1609 Madison Road in August.

Great news for us ~ this gives us a chance to turn over a new leaf, refine our collection, provide a bright new space with a more modern look to showcase our artists' works better than ever!

Great news for you ~ we will have a MOVING SALE so you can find great deals on many of our handmade wares, starting July 1st.
Streetview of new gallery space
1609 Madison _ our new home in August
DeSales Church from Woodburn
We plan to bloom in our new home at 1609 Madison Road in August! 

While we have loved our time in O'Bryonville and will miss our neighbors, it feels like it is time for a change, time to turn over that new leaf. We're looking forward to joining the vibrant community of East Walnut Hills near DeSales Corner and the Woodburn business district that hosts a monthly event, Walk On Woodburn. 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.

   We look forward to making friends with all of 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, and more... 
Plus, our neighbors in O'Bryonville, Designs on Madison, are soon moving to the area! 

Moving Sale starts July 1st_ 
What is better than our annual Sidewalk Sale?  
A once in a lifetime MOVING SALE at indigenous!

We are moving and we need your help!  
Help us pack and move less by shopping our BIG MOVING SALE in July.

Find fantastic deals on our handmade works as we are offering
20 - 50% off 
most (but not all) of the current selection.
The sale starts on July 1st and runs through ... well, we'll just have to say ... until it ends. As you are likely familiar with the grand depth & variety of our offerings, you know we will have a lot to pack. Please be patient with us during the sale and this transition period, as we will be organizing and packing throughout the month in order to get into our new space as soon as we can. This means our entire collection may not be available at all times. We will be closed for a short period of time and will keep you posted on our social media pages, website, and through these emails about sale, moving, closed days, and our grand re-opening!   

fresh & new  ~

Beth Cunningham  
Beth Cunningham

Beth Cunningham
Beth Cunningham

CHASE the spirit of the tree with the newest sculptural, hanging stained glass pieces.
Please help us welcome new stained glass maker & sculptor, Beth Cunningham, to the indigenous family of artists. Adding her one-of-a-kind tree & bird designs to our dynamic collection of handmade works seemed like the natural thing to do!
"My work has been greatly influenced by summers I spent at our camp in the majestic mountains of the Adirondacks. I try to capture the gorgeous natural beauty of this region in each of my pieces. Tumbled rocks, bits of natural stone add detail along with the fine hand fabricated wire overlays. Trees are my main focus! I really want to capture the essence of hand made...like in nature, similar, but close up very different."
more fresh finds ~

Sandy James
Sandy James 
Nawal Motawi _ Charley Harper
Nawal Motawi /
Charley Harper 
Amy Flesher
  Amy Flesher

Meghan Yarnell
Meghan Yarnell  
Ellen Hamilton
Ellen Hamilton 
Nancy Hopkins
Nancy Hopkins  

let art be part of your nature ~ 

We hope indigenous remain one of your favorite shopping destinations and you can bear with us during this transition period. Our crew and artists
are excited for the change and we will do our best to bloom in the new space and continue to offer you our eclectic collection of handmade works, with a special focus on our talented local artists.

It's fun to be able to offer our favorite patrons some great deals on the handmade works from many of our artists. Your purchases now and throughout the year, for every occasion, are truly appreciated. It is because of you that
indigenous can continue to carry on the tradition of handmade.
Amy Meya
Amy Meya's new blooms! ~handbuilt ceramic wall flowers

Be on the lookout for our updates on social media and the next newsletter about our plans for a grand re-opening, and other fun, artful events!

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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