Galería Indígena

Galería Indígena

This gallery features two floors and over 5,300 square feet of display space of indigenous Mexican art, and it's unusually affordable.

One of the oldest and largest ethnic art galleries in PV, Galeria Indigina invites you to browse and marvel at a fascinating collection of over 5,000 handmade Mexican objects, now housed on 2 spacious floors. A walk through our gallery is a unique opportunity to review the full history of Mexican Indigenous Art.
From museum quality replicas of ceramic pre-columbian  sculptures by internationally-known ceramist "Mama Mono", to modern hand-blown  and sandblasted signed art glass by Jose Luis Martinez.

Our collection also includes the traditional hand carved and hand painted wood animals, called Alebrije, black clay pottery and hand woven rugs from Oaxaca, the sacred bead and yarn art by the  Huichol Indians (daily demonstrations by master artists), unique dolls of the "day of dead" celebration, over 400 ceremonial masks, handmade silver jewelry from Taxco, more than 2000 items of the finest   Talavera and  Majolica  ceramic ware, rare bark paper etchings by internationally-known artist Nicolas de Jesus, now exhibiting at the Mexican fine art center museum of Chicago, incredible ceramics from Casas Grandes Region of Chihuahua México, hand painted and decorated with human hair brush, and much, much, more!

Bring family and friends and enjoy a free cold drink. Their packages are first class and free literature is included with each purchase.

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