Add the Blanton Museum Shop to your museum tour!
The Blanton Museum Shop is a unique shopping experience for locals and travelers alike. Filled with creative gift ideas, the Shop offers a variety of products at a range of price points, from locally handcrafted and eco-friendly items to house wares from internationally acclaimed design companies such as Alessi and NAVA. All items are carefully selected to reflect the spirit of art, Austin’s creative community, and the Blanton collection. Whether you are looking for a small memento of your visit or a decadent splurge, the Museum Shop has something for everyone.
Blanton Members always receive 10% off purchases in the Museum Shop! Keep an eye out for Member Double Discount Days in the spring and winter.
The Museum Shop is located at the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Congress Avenue in the museum's Edgar A. Smith Building, just across the plaza from the gallery building. Parking is available for museum shop visitors in the Brazos Garage adjacent to the museum, at a reduced rate and free for a visit of 30 minutes or less.
For more information about available products or visiting the Museum Shop, call (512) 475-6406. Make sure to also check out the Museum Shop on Pinterest!
For a selection of archival prints, please visit our 1000 Museums page.
In her Austin, Texas studio, Zoë blends her love of clay and metal with elements of art & fashion to create high quality, handmade porcelain jewelry with a natural, modern aesthetic. Prices begin at $32 (Necklace pictured $88)
Lindsey Wohlgemuth, the artist behind Foxwares, earned her BFA degree from the University of Texas at Austin, with a study in Painting and Ceramics. All wares are hand-painted with terra sigillata and underglazes, then pit fired in the ground. Once cooled, they reveal the natural coloring left by the ash. Prices begin at $26 (Bird House pictured $68)
Originally from Cleveland, Ohio this local transplant has an eye for detail. Each wheel thrown porcelain piece is fired up to 4 times to create her layers of custom underglaze and gold decals. Her nod to both traditional pottery and pop culture make each piece unique. Prices begin at $40 (Tea bowl pictured $45)