Spring has sprung and so have the colourful new arrivals at The Gallery Store!
100% Silk Ties, Pillow Covers, Eco Tote Bags, Satin Bags…featuring artists from our Permanent Collection such as Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Benjamin Chee Chee. Proceeds from The Gallery Store support our exhibition and education Programs.
Norval Morrisseau Yellow Floral – Eco-bags are made with 100% unbleached cotton and water-based inks. The bag is 39.4cm deep, 35.6cm wide with a 10.2cm gusset, zipper close, and with small compartment inside.
Norval Morrisseau Mother and Child Printed satin tote bag is 39.5cm deep, 35.5cm wide with a 10.2cm gusset. Zipper close, one zipped compartment inside. Water-proof and hand washable in cold water.
Norval Morriseau and Benjamin Chee Chee ties are complimented with artist signature on the back and design on printed silk. Width : 7 cm
Daphne Odjig – Cushion covers are 100% Cotton, measuring 50cm x 50cm
Infinity Shawls measure 72cm x 175cm (Circumference)
Each Fine Porcelain mug comes with a specially designed box that features the artwork and its descriptions. They stack up nicely and make a spectacular presentation. Microwave and dishwasher safe.
Bracelets – Silver-plated and diamond-cut designs on copper. Adjustable to wrist. No polishing needed.
Hot off the press, Elizabeth Buset: Swine – $7.95.
This full colour, high gloss catalogue includes a forward by Gallery Director Sharon Godwin, a conversation with Elizabeth and exhibition curator, Nadia Kurd, an article by Miranda Niittynen titled Capitulate to Swine: An Argument for Animal Rights (Miranda is a doctoral candidate from the department of Women’s Studies and Feminist Research at the University of Western Ontario and is currently a contract faculty member in the Philosophy department at Lakehead University), and Elizabeth’s exhibition Artist Statement.
Norval Morrisseau’s revered work has been honoured, copied and recognized throughout the art world and beyond. Less widely known but equally captivating is the artist’s personal life story, which poet and biographer Armand Garnet Ruffo related in his powerful narrative biography, Norval Morrisseau: Man Changing into Thunderbird (Douglas & McIntyre, 2014). Ruffo immersed himself in the life and work of the artist, gaining insight into the struggles and sources of inspiration underlying Morrisseau’s greatest works through research and interviews with the artist himself—a connection further strengthened by their shared Ojibway heritage.
Hand crafted jewelry.
Wallets inspired by the artwork of Norval Morrisseau:
A visit to the Thunder Bay Art Gallery is not complete without browsing through the Gallery’s Gift Shop – a unique shop that offers finely crafted, Canadian-made gifts for all occasions. Featuring a wide range of hand-made jewellery, pottery, glassware, metal and wood work, and other arts-related merchandise.
Roy Thomas Art Cards, Posters and Exhibition Catalogue
Pottery by Sarah Link, Fritz Lehmberg and Tim Alexander
Art Cards & Journals
Kids Toys & Art Kits
Works by local artists
Sterling Silver and one-of-a-kind Jewelry
Beaded Jewelry by Cheryl Jonah
Gallery Gifts is the perfect place to discover ‘one-of-a-kind’ birthday, wedding, shower, retirement, and Christmas presents for personal or corporate gift-giving. Come and see our wonderful array of gift items ranging from candles and cards to pottery and prints. Our exquisite amber and sterling silver jewelry is the perfect gift for special occasions or to treat yourself.
Need another reason to become a Gallery Member? Members receive a 15% discount on non-consignment items at the Gift Shop, as well as a double discount of 30% on special Member Appreciation Days.
GIFT SHOP HOURS
Tuesday – Thursday noon to 8 pm
Friday – Sunday noon to 5 pm