The CMA Museum Shop
The Museum Shop is a great place to find a special gift, from hand-crafted pottery, jewelry and fiber art to books, stationery, toys and treasures from the CMA Permanent Collection. Gifts from the current exhibition are always featured. Come explore the Museum Shop for your next gift, to yourself or another! Are you a Museum Member? Members get 10% off all purchases! Shop in-store or call 330.453.7666 for more details!
Many fine works of art, from Ohio artists and beyond, can be found at the Canton Museum Shop, where the selection is one-of-a-kind and very affordable!
Enjoy glorious red glazed vessels by Gail Russell of Peachblow Pottery. As an avid gardener, Gail loves working with a variety of vase forms to suit the needs and various growing habits of different flowers and greenery.
Sharon Wagner is driven by curiosity and a desire to experiment with new techniques. You’ll find her humor in specialty-styled egg separators and face whistles.
Tom Marino, with a degree in chemistry, is like a mad scientist with an eye for beauty and imagination as a potter. Marino has been working in clay for over 25 years and has work in our Permanent Collection. Look for Tom’s beautifully styled lidded boxes and vases.
Bette Drake is the queen of functional table ware. Her am is to make work that is functional, beautiful and affordable. Bette’s high fired stoneware fits the bill.
Laura Kolinski-Schultz has captured a depth of black glaze that is unsurpassed. Her new cups and mugs are tall cylinders of delight. Laura is also a ceramics teacher here at the Museum and presents Chinese Tea Ceremonies utilizing her exquisite and delicate teapots and cups.
Textiles abound in fashionably styled scarves that are naturally dyed by Judy Dominic. Using plant materials found in her southwest Ohio backyard, Judy coaxes nature into imprinting silk scarves with botanical beauty.
Glorious colors emanate from Catharine Theodore’s dye pots, as she blends colors together for her fine silk scarves. Earning a Masters degree in textile art from Kent State University, Cathy is also a jacquard loom weaver.
Lori Wilkes is convinced that it’s equally important to wear art as it is to be surrounded by it. Lori’s Millori Jewelry incorporates beautifully worked polymer clay in mosaic patterns. Her work is fun, whimsical and delightful to wear.
Donna Fuchs of Penguins Nest Jewelry grew up in a family of artists. Incorporating lamp working, wire wrapping and silversmithing in her jewelry, Donna’s work is large and bold. It is truly statement jewelry.
A new member of our jewelry community, Jean Wahl, is hooked on beading. Her simple, yet stunning designed bracelets are comprised of small beads in traditional patterns… a must have for any wardrobe.
Holly Thompkins likes to use wire, silks, textured fibers, beads, charms and vintage findings in her jewelry work. Her style is boho, gypsy, spiritual and earthy.
For the child in everyone, a unique line of handmade animals from Kirkwood Farms incorporates wool and roving from their sheep. Sheep, pigs and bears are squeeze-ably soft and friendly.
Featured Exhibit Items....
From Joseph O'Sickey: Unifying Art, Life and Love
The Museum Shop is featuring the full-color exhibition book (hardcover $39.95, softcover $24.95), two exhibition fine art posters ($12.00 each or 2 for $20.00), boxed notecards with some of O'Sickey's most vibrant works, plus the new one-hour documentary DVD produced by Western Reserve PBS, "Joseph O'Sickey - The Art of Life." Stop in to enjoy the show, then take a piece of it home with you!
Incorporating our outstanding and vast Permanent Collection and exciting original and touring exhibits, the Museum’s fine art posters, notecards, tote bags and mugs have been designed featuring favorite works such as Winslow Homer, Clyde Singer, Joseph O’Sickey, Maurice Prendergast, William Glackens, John Singer Sargent …and more.
Stop in today for your unique gift! For questions, call 330.453.7666. We invite you to stop, shop and enjoy ... and remember that Museum Members get 10% off in the Shop!