Indigo Arts Selections: Works from Cuba, Mexico, Nicaragua, Haiti and more

December 9, 2010 to March 31, 2011

Works by Cuban self-taught artst Alejandro Lazo, Mario Mesa, Nigerian artist Twins Seven-Seven and Phillip Olufemi Babarinlo, Nicaraguan artist Alejandro Benito Cabrera, Mexican artist Fernando Olivera and others.

Indigo Arts offers a collection of affordable artwork from around the world. The collection includes paintings by self-taught artists from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and Nigeria, wood carvings and fine art prints from artists in Oaxaca, Mexico and woodcut prints from Brazil. We also have Huichol yarn paintings, Haitian vodou flags, beaded Samburu baskets from Kenya, sisal baskets from Rwanda and Swaziland, telephone-wire baskets from South Africa and cars, bikes, bugs and lizards made from recycled tin cans in Burkina Faso, South Africa and Vietnam.

SKU: BV/D1001

Brianville Valris (Port-au-Prince, Haiti)
Sequins and beads on fabric (42 x 36), c.2010

$ 1,800

Alejandro Lazo
(Havana, Cuba, b. 1970),
Oil on canvas (20 x 20), 2010
With custom framing.

Price on Request
Wayacon
SKU: Waya-7

Oil on board
(15 1/2x15), 1999

$450
Product Status: 
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Mujeres con Gallo y Flores

Javier Gonzalez Gallosa (Cienfuegos, Cuba),
Acrylic on paperboard
(28" x 22"), 2011

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Product Status: 
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