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Shop WheatonArts for handcrafted, unique art, uncommon items and gifts.

Engaging, creative goods for your life.

Whether you are looking for quality items that are handcrafted, local, American, or ethically made (fair trade), you will find them at Shop WheatonArts, our online Museum Store. Discover artwork by featured artists, one-of-a-kind gifts, and objects with a story or memory.

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From April through December, visit WheatonArts in person to watch world-class glass art created in the Glass Studio. Next, head to the Pottery & Flamework Studios to see skilled artists at work in clay and at the torch.

Tour the Museum of American Glass with its notable collection and special exhibitions. Discover the similarities and differences of other cultures in the Folklife Center. Browse the finest selection of handcrafted gift items and unique art in our Museum Stores.

Mark your calendar for various special events, exhibitions, classes, and educational programs you will enjoy throughout the year!

Pictured: Glass Studio Director Alexander Rosenberg shapes a clear hot glass piece with jacks while seated at a bench in the Glass Studio.

Mark your calendars!

Festival of Fine Craft at WheatonArts on October 5 & 6, 2024. The event features: 125+ Juried Artists  •  Craft Demonstrations  • Hands-On Family Activities  •  Musical Entertainment  •  Specialty Foods  •  Glass Pumpkin Patch Fundraiser  •  Beer & Wine Garden


About The Gallery of Fine Craft

In 2020, WheatonArts celebrated its 50th anniversary as one of the most unusual and creative landmarks in the Northeast! Meanwhile, The Gallery of Fine Craft at WheatonArts enjoys boasting over 25 years […]


Artist Spotlight: Jeri Warhaftig

We each have the right to own who we are, and my singular personal focus in glass and in life, is now directed toward discernment of who I am today.


Artist Spotlight: Amy Peseller

From the Artist I like to say, quite simply, I am a potter. I fell in love with clay in high school. I was lucky enough to have a decent […]


Artist Spotlight: Terry Plasket

From the Artist This year will mark 42 years of my tenure in the pottery at WheatonArts. Though I was introduced to salt glazing in college, it was here at […]