Store

Shop a selection of home decor by American designers such as Simon Pearce and Michael Aram, and a unique jewelry collection featuring designs by Dian Malouf and other trend-setters. The Museum Store also offers fine-art prints of some of the most popular works in Crystal Bridges’ permanent collection, and original works by the region’s finest artists.

Contact us: 479-657-2310

Staff Pick

 

"I like the Buddha Board because it encourages you
to live in the moment. It allows you to create beautiful artwork over and over. It’s also portable and environmentally friendly because there is no paper or paint needed." -Anna McCartney

Museum Store Blog

  • SEI20140225_0395 Get Your Architecture On! - Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art welcomes all to celebrate the American spirit in a setting that unites the power of art with the beauty of nature.   World-renowned architect Moshe Safdie took great care to embrace this mission when he designed Crystal Bridges.     Safdie consistently creates structures with the specific location and... Read more »
  • hands and rim Artist Spotlight:  Master Potter Jim Young - It was a beautiful day for a drive to the studio of Jim Young, a master potter who lives in an idyllic setting on the Van Hollow arm of Beaver Lake.  I arrived right at 1:30 and I was greeted by a welcoming committee of one energetic Jack Russell Terrier named Skipper.  Jim wasn’t far... Read more »
  • DSCN0731 Tales from the Museum Store: What’s the science behind a yo-yo? - It was fairly busy at the Museum Store that day.  We had several school groups in and I was rushing to the back to wrap something for a customer.  As I hurried by the children’s area I overheard a conversation between two young patrons.    One of the girls was about 15 years old.  Her... Read more »

Museum Store Architecture

Architect Marlon Blackwell designed the Museum Store at Crystal Bridges to be an organic complement to the Museum’s natural setting and distinctive architecture. Under a living green roof, the interior ceiling and walls are lined with undulating cherrywood ribs that mimic the fluting on the underside of a mushroom. Blackwell practices architecture in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and serves as distinguished professor and department head in the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas.