I will be out of the country between May 10th and June 4th, and so will not be shipping or open for visitors at the gallery. The Indigo Arts website will be active as always. I will respond to emails as soon as possible. I will be able to ship orders after June 4th, 2024.

With the high cost of shipping many of our customers choose to ship by USPS. For small and light shipments this is usually less expensive, but please be aware that their estimates are often wrong. The service is not always as economical as it may appear, particularly on larger or more valuable shipments. USPS estimates only include insurance up to $100 for its domestic shipments, and varying amounts for overseas shipments. If you ask for full insurance we will recalculate the shipping cost and send you an invoice for any difference in cost.

Happy Holidays from Indigo Arts

December 12, 2019 to January 4, 2020

Holiday Open Houses at the Gallery

Second Thursday, December 12, 1 - 7pm

Friday, December 13, 12 - 6pm 

Saturday, December 14, 11 - 3pm 

Saturday, December 21, 12 - 5pm


Regular Hours:  By appointment or by chance, 

Wed. to Sat, 12 to 6pm

and online at www.indigoarts.com

and look for Indigo Arts at the New York Outsider Art Fair in January 2020!

its a time to celebrate...  

and shop your way into the next decade 

Indigo Arts is blessed with the inspiration of artists all over the world.  Here are a few of this year's treasures:

Paintings, prints and signs from Botswana, Burkina Faso, Tanzania and Kenya.

Art in recycled metal from Haiti and Nigeria.

Paintings, prints and animalitos from Mexico, 

BhilGond and Mithila folk paintings from India.

Hand-dyed natural indigo textiles from Laos, Burkina Faso, Nigeria and Ivory Coast.

Paintings, drawings and sculpture by Cuban naifs, visionaries and outsiders.

Baskets from Swaziland,Namibia & South Africa.

Classic and contemporary paintings and drapo Vodou from Haiti.

Art and Ornaments made from Recycled Metal in Kenya, Vietnam and Madagascar.

Ornaments from Mexico and Peru and Nativities from Peru and Mozambique.

Wishing all a New Year of Peace and Healing for our earth!

Market Day
SKU: EZD-1901

Oil on canvas (20 x 24), with original handcarved frame, 1969.

20% off

$1500 $1200

Felipe Morales - El Hombre Carinoso
SKU: FMo-13

(Image size 29 x 19cm - 8 3/4" x 6 1/2")
#2/20, 2007

$490 framed

Nativity (#4)
SKU: DNO-1504

Carved wood sculpture, painted.
(9 1/4" h. x 7" w. x 8 1/4" d.).


Vintage Indigo Strip-weave Baule Cloth Pillow

Vintage Baule cloth cotton strip-weave fabric dyed with natural indigo dye.  One of a kind pillow designed and constructed in United States with antique fabric from the Baule people of the Ivory coast.  18" x 18" pillow with linen backing.


Indigo Scarf/Runner from Laos

Handwoven cotton fabric dyed with natural indigo dye (75" x 15").


SKU: TT-1402

August., 2013
Oil enamel on canvas (18" h x 18"w) (45 x 45cm).


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Mithila painting
SKU: MTP-1708

Undetermined artist - Madhubani, Bihar, India
Ink and paint on paper
(30" h. x 22" w. )


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Green Springbok
SKU: QGK-1501

Qgam Khaxa (b. 1965, signs QGQM) - Khoisan people, Ghanzi, Botswana
Reduction linocut, #11/16, 2002
(11 1/4" h. x 17"w. image size on 19 3/4" x 22 1/2" sheet)

Born in the Ghanzi district, Qgam joined the Kuru Art Project in 1997. Through his art, he portrays a deep knowledge of the animals, the veld and the traditions of his people. He is a good traditional dancer and often takes part in dance ceremonies in the village. Along with the other Kuru artists, his work has been exhibited worldwide. He attended the Thapong International Artists workshop in Botswana in 1999 and found it a very enriching experience. He enjoyed working with different artists but seems not to have been influenced by their styles, which differs widely from his own.  (Bio courtesy of Kuru Art Project).


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SKU: MRR-1006

Recycled steel oil-drum
(34 1/2" h. x 12"w. ), c.2010

$ 325

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Two-headed Red Deer - Bhuri Bai
SKU: BHB1309

Bhuri Bai - Pitol, Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh State, India
Acrylic on paper
(14 5/8" h. x 21 5/8" w. )


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Perro Azul
SKU: ARMJ-1901

Armando Jimenez, Antonia Carrillo and Alejandro Jimenez
Arrazola, Oaxaca, Mexico, 2019
Wood painted with acrylic paints
(13" w. x 6 1/2" d. x 12" h.)


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Krishna and the Gopis
SKU: SHLK-1902

Shalini Karn - Madhubani, Bihar, India
Ink on paper (15” x 11” on 16” x 12” sheet).


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Garden of Eden
SKU: TF-1903

Hammered aluminum relief
(15 5/8" h x 10 1/8"w).


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Ritual de las Ofrendas
SKU: RDM-1901

Huichol "Nierika" yarn painting by
Rogelio Diaz M.
Nayarit, Mexico, c. 2018
Yarn pressed into beeswax on plywood
(12" x 12")


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God is My Barber - Mini Signboard
SKU: BS-448

Babs - Burkina Faso, 2019
Oil paint on plywood (8" x 11")


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Juan Diego y la Virgen
SKU: NL-1914

Nicolas Lorenzo
Acrylic paint on masonite w/ clear lacquer.
(12" x 8"), c.2018


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Three Birds in a Tree

By Dieufait (Croix des Bouquets, Haiti)
Recycled steel oil-drum (15.5" x 15.5")


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Lions and Rhinos at Battle
SKU: KGA-0802

n.d. (late 20th century)
Ink and colored pencil on paper (15" h x 20"w).  Framed

Price on Request

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