indigenous: a ‘Fine Craft Gallery’ in East Walnut Hills
For more than a decade, local and regional artisans have entrusted their masterpieces to indigenous. The “fine craft gallery” showcases and sells works of art from more than 150 artists. It moved to a new space in East Walnut Hills about a year ago, with 2,000 square feet of display space and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Come to indigenous in its new location to peruse the array of handmade pieces. The gallery boasts masterfully crafted works of glass art, jewelry that features precious gems and stones, and artisan prints. Stained glass hangings, mosaics, and fiber crafts are just a few of the other genres on display at indigenous. If you’re looking for a special gift for a friend or an accent piece for your own home, come to check out this local gallery.
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