Museum Store

Crystal Bridges’ Museum Store offers an engaging shopping experience in a one-of-a-kind environment. The Store’s unique interior was designed by Fayetteville-based architect Marlon Blackwell. Inspired by the fluting on the underside of a mushroom, the design features undulating rows of cherry-wood panels along the ceiling and back wall. Blackwell’s design received an American Institute of Architects Honor Award for Interior Design in 2015.

Be sure to make the Store a part of your Crystal Bridges experience. Drop in to shop our unique mix of high-design home décor, hand-crafted jewelry, and elegant accessories created by top international designers as well as regional and global craftsmen. Choose from a selection of fine-art prints of some of the Museum’s most popular works, as well as specialty items created exclusively for us, inspired by the art, architecture, and nature of Crystal Bridges.

Contact Us: 479.657.2310

Bachman-Wilson House

This fully illustrated publication tells the story of the Bachman-Wilson House’s original construction and first family, and traces its journey through subsequent owners and changes to its new home at Crystal Bridges. The book features beautiful full-color photographs of the restored house, including second-floor areas not accessible to visitors, plus photos of its original construction, as well as of its disassembly and reconstruction at Crystal Bridges.

Available now in the Crystal Bridges Museum Store or call 479.418.5700

Frank Lloyd Wright Collection

Created exclusively for Crystal Bridges

The pattern featured on these items is based on the hand-cut designs in the mahogany clerestory windows of the Bachman-Wilson House at Crystal Bridges.

This product is authorized by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona, USA Frank Lloyd Wright Collection and the Frank Lloyd Wright signature are trademarks of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and used with permission.

Dale Chihuly

The Crystal Bridges Museum Store is pleased to feature the work of artist Dale Chihuly and Chihuly Workshop.

Chihuly has had a tremendous impact on the studio glass movement since the 1960s. His unique approach to glassblowing creates vibrant and energetic sculptures. Much of this energy is derived from the natural movement of the glass. Rather than using a plethora of tools to confine the shifting molten glass, he allows gravity to influence the material and determine its shape.

Chihuly’s exploration of color and form has evolved from small sculptures to large-scale installations, to vast environmental exhibitions wherein he creates habitats made entirely of glass.

Studio Editions

Every year, Chihuly creates four Studio Editions. Each of these signed edition works is inspired by a specific series conceptualized by him throughout his career. Come in to view these remarkable artworks for yourself!

Store Blog

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Regional Artisan Program

The Crystal Bridges Museum Store embraces the time-honored Arkansas tradition of excellence in craftsmanship. We offer a variety of beautiful, hand-crafted objects made by artisans from across the region who are working in a range of traditional materials and methods. Our selection of merchandise by regional artisans ranges from architectural baskets to hand-thrown pottery to graceful woodworks crafted from trees harvested on the Museum property during construction. Each of these objects represents the highest-quality work we can find, and expresses the Crystal Bridges mission of melding art, architecture, and nature.  

How To Submit Your Work

If you are an artist interested in submitting your work for possible sale in the Museum Store, please review the following guidelines, policies, and procedures for submission.

Submit Your Work Online

Fill out and submit an “Artisan Merchandise for Review” form below with photos of your work to the Store Review Committee.

Artisan Merchandise Review Form
Download and Print Form – Submit by Mail or Email

The Store Review Committee meets periodically to review submissions. Selection for final consideration are based on the appropriateness to our mission, uniqueness of the product, and adherence to Sale of Original Art Policy.

Artists considered for final selection will be contacted to submit actual work for the Committee to review.

If your work is selected, the Museum Store will arrange a Consignment Agreement for a short-term engagement.


Crystal Bridges Museum Store will sell high quality original art created by artists from Arkansas as well as the six “touch states” (Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Louisiana).


We accept works in ceramic, glass, wood, mixed media, jewelry, metal, and textiles. Acceptable two-dimensional works of art include photography, limited editions, fine prints, and lithographs. The Museum Store does not offer original paintings and sculptures for sale.


Works offered in the Museum Store should relate to the mission, collection, and/or educational programs of Crystal Bridges.

Works by current volunteers, donors, or paid staff of Crystal Bridges will not be considered.

Architect Marlon Blackwell

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.