WAG Gift Shop

art gallery gift shop

The Woodstock Art Gallery Gift Shop features unique items crafted by local artists.

We offer a wide selection to suit all tastes and budgets including pottery, glass, jewellery, fabric arts, paintings, prints, art cards and more. Your purchase supports both local artisans and programming at the Gallery.

Become a member and receive a 10% discount when you shop in-person at the Gift Shop!

For more information on the Gift Shop submission process for artists, please contact the Gallery Operations Coordinator. To submit your artwork for consideration, please complete the online submission form below.

Gift Shop Artist Submission Form

Shop Online

The Woodstock Art Gallery offers a selection of items for sale online including publications, art kits and WAG-branded items.
You can choose from the following options for all online orders:

  1. In-Person Pickup (free by appointment Tuesday to Friday, 11am – 4pm)
  2. Shipping ($5 flat rate via Purolator)

All sales are final. The Woodstock Art Gallery does not offer returns, refunds or exchanges on any online or in-person purchases. 

Please view the available items and prices below. When you are ready to place an order, click the green "Order Now" button to fill out the order form.

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Florence Carlyle: Against All Odds

Book with a painting of a woman in a long floral desk seated at a round table next to a man

Price: $20 each

  • Save $2 when you order two books ($38 total)
  • Save $6 when you order three books ($56 total)

This exhibition publication explores the richness of Florence Carlyle's (1864–1923) remarkable life and career. Florence Carlyle: Against All Odds was curated by Joan Murray and appeared at Museum London, The Varley Art Gallery of Markham and the Woodstock Art Gallery from 2004–2006.

 

John Hartman: Many Lives Mark this Place

Book with a painting of a woman in a red polka dot top and blue beaded necklace with short dark hair, seated infront of a rocky landscape

Price: $40 each

John Hartman paints 32 of Canada's finest writers in their chosen landscape — cities, mountains, towns, and beaches ranging from Tofino, British Columbia, to Elliston, Newfoundland. Each portrait is accompanied by a personal essay that describes how place influences the author's life and work. The result is a unique and striking look at this country, overflowing with life. 

Western Voices in Canadian Art by Patricia Bovey

 White hardcover book with lettering and four artworks in the colours listed, red, green, blue and yellow

Price: $50 each

Patricia Bovey, LLD, FRSA, FCMA shares insights from studio visits and conversations with artists to enhance our understanding of the history, direction and impetus of Canadian artistic creation. Illustrated with over 260 works in full colour, Western Voices in Canadian Art is a book that needs to be seen, and its artists and art celebrated.

 

Ron Shuebrook & Frances Thomas In Conversation

Dark Blue Softcover book with orange, white and light blue lettering

Price: $15 each

This exhibition publication features the work of two artists, Ron Shuebrook and Frances Thomas, who have dedicated their practice to abstraction. In Conversation was curated by Mary Reid, MA, MBA and will appear at the Woodstock Art Gallery, the MacLaren Art Centre, the Art Gallery of Northumberland and the Art Gallery of Algoma from 2023-2025.

Contact Us

Sara Cuthbert
Gallery Operations Coordinator

© 2017 City of Woodstock P.O. Box 1539, 500 Dundas Street, Woodstock, ON N4S 0A7

 

Phone: 519-539-1291
Email: General Information

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