RiverBrink Art Museum Gift Shop
Features a selection of art note cards and art books, oil paintings and watercolours. There are also handcrafted wood items, jewelry, pottery, hand-blown glass and personal accessories. All funds generated by the Gift Shop directly support the development of RiverBrink Art Museum, its programs and exhibitions.
Located at the museum entrance, the Gift Shop acts as a revenue generator for the museum and a creative venue for Niagara painters and artisans. Much of the work contained in the Gift Shop is handmade and one of a kind.
The Gift Shop also features a selection books including:
What Caused the War of 1812? – Crabtree Publishing
Major Battles of the War of 1812 – Crabtree Publishing
Famous People of the War of 1812 – Crabtree Publishing
The Legacy of the War of 1812 – Crabtree Publishing
Niagara 1812 at War, Re-enactments on the Niagara Frontier – Photography by Cosmo Condina
The Consummate Canadian, A Biography of Samuel Weir Q.C. – By Mary Willan Mason (available in both hard and soft cover)
Tom Thomson Biography – Edited by Dennis Reid
The Landscapes of Homer Watson: A Particular Time and Place – By Darlene Kerr
With Faith, Ignorance and Delight, Homer Watson – By Jane VanEvery
Arabella Magazine, Canadian Art, Architecture and Design
The Gift Shop also contains a selection of limited edition note cards featuring artwork from the museum collection.
The Gift Shop is open during museum hours. The Gift Shop accepts payment by cash, cheque, Visa and MasterCard.