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The Orillia Museum of Art & History shop will delight and amaze with its carefully selected handcrafted items from local and Canadian artisans.

From books on art and Orillia history to glass, silver and pottery, the museum shop is an excellent choice for everything from Orillia and Lake Country souvenirs to wedding gifts.

Museum shop treasures include jewelry, bags, cards, glass, pottery and more!

OMAH’s friendly volunteers and staff will help you find everything you need during your visit. Remember that as well as receiving numerous other benefits, OMAH members receive 10% off every museum shop purchase.

Below is a list of the artisans we feature and photos of their works we offer in our shop. You may be able to purchase some of their works online as well.

Interested in joining our shop? Please email Stephanie Lamb at visitors@orilliamuseum.org

Faramarz Sajed

Idle Fancies

Idle Fancies/Arian Design offers a wide range of high-quality glassware. Each unique piece of functional art is hand painted by Canadian contemporary artist Faramarz Sajed, who creates pieces with vibrant colour and interesting shape. 

Offered at the museum is a variety of stunning glass vases, painted in every colour and purposefully aged to evoke an image of ancient civilizations.  

Fired Up! Glassworks

blown glass bowls by Fired Up glassware

Based out of London, ON Fired Up Glass studio specializes glass fusing, kiln casting, as well as torchworking. OMAH’s gift shop offers delicate glass bowls and décor that take on a life of their own.

Flux Glass Co.

Flux Glass Co.

Jessica Wisniewski is the creator of stunning modern stained glass pieces inspired by nature. She creates feathers, arrows, trees, and mountains (to name a few) using the traditional copper foil method. Jess prefers to keep the designs simple to allow the beauty of the glass itself to be the focus. She works from her home studio in her 300 sq ft tiny house on Lake Simcoe.

Find her on Instagram: @fluxglassco

Freighthouse Pottery

Freighthouse Pottery

Sarah Van Norman and Hilary Fair met at pottery school in Haliburton in 2013. By fall 2014, Hilary had lured Sarah to her hometown of Stratford to open a studio. In February 2015, the two friends launched FreightHouse Pottery at the Stratford train station (in a neighbourhood that is affectionately known as "the Brooklyn of Stratford").

Greg James Thomson

French's

Greg James Thomson is a Canadian photographer who posseses a unique style and flair, specializing in landscapes. His aim as a photographic artist is to capture images that reflect the elements of nature and encouage people to explore and preserve the beautiful world around us. He believes that every picture should not only tell a story, but also have a story.

Heather Driver Kerslake

Heather Kerslake

Heather works mainly in terra cotta, producing pieces that are whimsical, often mythical, and sometimes humorous. Her work involves functional pottery and sculptural pieces, ranging in scale from majolica-decorated wine goblets to larger hand-built narrative sculptures. She graduated from Alfred University, New York. Her work is in numerous private collections and public galleries, and has been exhibited widely. Heather and her husband, Roger, own Kerslake Pottery in Horseshoe Valley.

Ingi Gould

Come to OMAH to check out Ingi Gould's whimsical work created using fabric that she carefully sculpts, hand paints and glazes.

Ingi Gould’s training as an actress led her to become a fabric artist. While working in Stratford she was exposed to wonderful costumes, props and sets and she found herself wanting to design and create these garments. In 1971 she began creating her own fabric designs. Today, Gould works and lives in Barrie, Ontario. 

J Lim Jewellery

Jungsun Lim began her career in Seoul, Korea as a fashion designer at Samsung Corporation. In her five years there, she designed men’s clothing for French brands such as Yves Saint-Laurent and Faconnable before moving onto graphic design. After two decades she began designing her stunning jewellery, and even took classes at Georgian College after moving to Canada.

John Jacquemain

Cards and prints by photographyer John Jacquemain

John Jacquemain’s photography will transport you to a world beyond reality. His crisp landscapes can be appreciated in both cards and larger prints in the OMAH Gift Shop

Joyce Campbell

Janell Jewellery

Joyce Campbell, creator of high-impact, innovative Janell Jewellry understands the key to making first impressions unforgettable. Stunning jewellry lifts the bearer from the commonplace to the extraordinary. It's the gift that lasts a lifetime.

Campbell's strong artistic history dates back to teaching arts classes at Northern College in Timmins while creating stunning hand-made batik clothing and unique clay angels.