indigenous, a handcrafted gallery
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meet-the-artist meet-the-artist
11am -5pm

 Scot & Laura Kellersberger ~ fun garden arts

Scot & Laura Kellersberger


Amy Elswick ~ her gondolas elegantly  hold everything

Amy Elswick 


Charley Harper's prints always brighten-up  a room
Charley Harper

Keith Bundy - wood-turning wine stoppers

Keith Bundy


Amy Wallace & her super stacker jewelry

Amy Wallace


Judith Vierow~ party animals!

Judith Vierow 


Beautifully turned wood pieces by Michael Conaway

Michael Conaway


Barbara Olsen creates the perfect gift for every day of the week

Barbara Olsen


Glenda Suttman burst of ceramic color
Glenda Suttman


Larry Mack delivers a wonderful garden collection

Larry Mack


Jason Parsley new spring colors

Jason Parsley


Recycled~upcycled bracelets made from credit card clippings!
Robin Hartmann

Jeanine Moneypenny super cute soap
Jeanine Moneypenny
EVERY BUNNY just loves spring! Hippity-Hop into indigenous to make your spring basket more special!


Happy Spring!
Spring at indigenous brings super spring jewelrynew artists, fresh designs & lively new handcrafted creations! We've found exciting new artists to tantalize you, while our favorite artists continue to come up with brilliant new works to entice & delight you. Visit us to check all the bright creations arriving daily. Also, check-out all the artful events planned~ we'll bring your favorite artists here so you can watch them in-action and select their latest works!



cute covers by JANICE WEISER
Join us on
SATURDAY, MARCH 24 ~ 11am - 5pm 
to meet our local fabric artist,
Janice assembles FUNky & FUNctional fabrics to create fantastically FUN wearables and home accents. WATCH her demonstrate her clever way of putting together found fabrics and ENJOY a treasure trove TRUNK SHOW! From cute coin pouches to cool iPOD covers; festive tablerunners to creative coasters; pretty purses to out-of-this-world aprons~
Janice's work has something FUN for everyone!
clever covers for all gadgets

Meet Josie Lamb Williams

JOSIE LAMB WILLIAMS will be heating things up for the first WINE WALK & BENEFIT of the year~

THURSDAY, APRIL 19 ~ 5pm - 8pm


Join JOSIE as she carefully crafts her jewelry from reclaimed sterling silver and accents each with recycled glass and other eco-friendly materials~ she'll be lighting up the store demonstrating her torch-working process while sharing many new designs.



Enjoy strolling through the neighborhood during the CELEBRATION of SPRING ~ APRIL 21 & 22.

Jaime Iliff enjoying his hands in the clay!Join your friends and family for this annual O'Bryonville event ~ we'll have three guest artists this weekend for you to meet & watch them in-action!



~SATURDAY, APRIL 21~ JAIME ILIFF throwing clay in the front yard.


~SUNDAY, APRIL 22~ CHARLOTTE REED and MARTHA ENRIQUEZ (with baby goats!) showing off their very earth-friendly wares.  



april 28 ~ artTILE EXHIBIT 2012 opens

artTILE exhibit April 28 ~ June 10 APRIL 28 ~ JUNE 10

artTILE features more than 1000 dynamic ceramic tiles created by thirty-five exceptional artists

 artTILE EXHIBIT ~ artful events


artTILE exhibit April 28 ~ June 10Saturday, May 5~ 12-5

demonstration by Susan Altenau

Sunday, May 6~ 12 -5

artTILE tea~ artists' reception

Thursday, May 17~ 12 -8

demonstration by John Beasley

Saturday, May 26~ 12 - 5

demonstration by Janet Tobler

Saturday, June 2~ 11 - 5

demonstration by Leslie Goshorn


DENNIS BAIRD~ pineknot, kentucky


Dennis Baird began wood-working at 9-years-old, when he became friends with the owner of a Dennis Baird ~ new wooden utensilsWooden Utensil Company. He worked for them for 12 years, before striking out on his own, developing his own business.  Dennis cuts each piece from all native Kentucky hardwoods from local wood mills, mainly focusing on black cherry; occasionally using walnut or rock maple. Using machines to shape and do the initial sanding, Each piece has a hand-sanded finish with a food safe mineral oil to make them functional for everyday use. His wooden kitchen utensils are so affordable, ranging from $4.oo - $15.oo.

MARTHA ENRIQUEZ~ batavia, ohio


Pine Lane Soaps is a small family owned business dedicated to using all natural products for bath and body. Martha Enriquez ~ delightful goat's milk soapBeginning in 1961, their grandfather began cultivating the land. Today the farm remains much the same as it did years ago ~ lively with hogs, chickens, geese, donkeys, a few cats & dogs and the addition of a new goat yard.


"We love our goats!"

Martha uses her goat's milk combined with the other natural oils to make moisturizing soaps that smell wonderful. These soaps are 100% natural containing emollients, vitamins, and triglycerides that leaves skin feeling softer and rejuvenated. 


SCOT & LAURA KELLERSBERGER~ salvisa, kentucky


Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Scot & Laura Kellersberger have Scot & Laura Kellersberger~ garden partyenjoyed working with metal all their lives.  Recently settling on a small farm outside of Salvisa, Ky, one of the first items on the agenda was to build a studio with the room to craft their metal art.  Drawing ideas from daily life, they use a plasma-cutter and welder to capture everyday surroundings in the lasting media of metal. We have  a great new collection of their garden stakes; bees, bunnies, butterflies, and more "perfect for spring" designs!  Watch how they create everyday scenes and immortalizes them with fire and metal as feature Kentucky artists on Bluegrass and Backwoods.

We look forward to seeing you on SATURDAY, MARCH 24 for our SATURDAY STUDIO afternoon with JANICE WEISER. indigenous, a handcrafted galleryWe hope you'll enjoy all of the great artful events we have planned throughout the year- stay tuned & keep up-to-date with us on facebook.
THANK YOU for your continued patronage of indigenous and your support of our local artists and their creative endeavors. We have new art arriving daily, so stop by~ it'll put a smile on your face!
indigenous, a handcrafted gallery
2010 Madison Road ~ Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Mon-Fri 10-8, Sat 10-6, Sun 12-5 
150 local & regional artists

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