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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

Three Sista’s Jewelry

Three Sista's Jewelry steampunk necklace

Three Sista’s Jewelry Company was stared four years ago in their homes. Starting by designing earrings and as the months went on the designs started to become more intricate. Each piece that has been designed is an original idea that has been created with stone, glass, crystal and silver.  Each person wearing our jewelry feels the creativeness in their piece.


Chris Symes

metal work jewellery on rock

Multi-talented artisan Christine Symes works harmoniously with stone and wire to create intricate necklaces, earrings and bracelets.

Prudence Smith

Watercolour cards by Prudence Smith

“Colour and design brushed by a splash of whimsy have always been touchstones of my work” says Orillia based watercolour artist, Prudence Smith. Bright and bold cards of her work can be found in the OMAH Gift Shop.

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.  

Leishman Pottery

Wolf stained mugs by Leishman Pottery

In 1990, Mike and Connie decided to establish a new product line, pottery that felt and looked Canadian.  All of their past experiences, from Art College, to Dramatic Arts, to living in the near north came into play to create this new pottery design.  What resulted was a natural clay hand stamped with a loon motif on pottery that would be used daily; a kind of rustic and refined stoneware. Celebrating 35 years in a 100 year old School House, Mike and Connie Leishman established their pottery business in Cobalt, ON in 1975.

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

Annie Herod

image of yellow bead by Annie Herod

From jewelry to fascinators, Annie Herod’s creativity spans over multiple mediums. Hints of steampunk and theatrics can be seen in these fun, bold pieces.

Antje Gagné

leaf pottery by Antje Gagne

Antje’s passion for pottery began in her homeland of Germany. Upon her arrival to Canada she studied Graphic Design at Canador College. She opened her studio in 2000 eventually relocating to Tiny Township. Antje offers a full line of functional and sculptural stoneware as well as mosaics and garden treasures that combine her husband’s metal work and clay.

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.

Xavier Fernandes

Steam-roller printed OMAH clocktower on t-shirt

Xavier Fernandes graduated from Sheridan College in Interpretive Illustration in 1999. He has worked in watercolours, oil, acrylic, gauche, charcoal, graphite, stone and metal sculpture, spray paint, and printmaking. Xavier has shown his work in various galleries and venues in Midland, Barrie, Orillia, Newmarket, and Lagoon City. He is a founding member of Zephyr Art Gallery in Orillia, as well as a member of the Orillia Museum of Art and History, Peter Street Fine Arts, and Quest Gallery in Midland.