• The Gallery Store

    Hours: Tue - Sat, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    We welcome you to come in and enjoy our Gallery Store featuring handmade, American craft.

    The Gallery Store represents over 300 American artists. Some are young and experimental; some are classic and refined. Some have big businesses in craft; some are small businesses. Together, they create an experience that gives you a breath of selection from everyday items to special occasion gifts. Scarves, lamps, prints, jewelry, table linens, teapots, table- and serving-ware, cards, photographs, and more—the commonality to the Gallery Store’s inventory is handmade and heartfelt.

    The Gallery Store also represents the Simon Pearce line of glassworks, including presentation pieces, bowls, pitchers, small gifts, and glassware; and we feature work by selected members of the Worcester Center for Crafts faculty, staff, and Artists in Residence, and Worcester State University faculty.
  • Whats New

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    COMING THIS SPRING: Pigeon Toe Ceramic Disk Chimes
    These chimes will fill your spring with the sound of bells, beautiful design, and handcraft. Assorted colors will be available for rooms, porches and yards of all kinds. These elegant pieces were designed and created by Pigeon Toe, a female, family owned company founded and run by Lisa Jones, with co-owner, sales director and sister, Samantha! They operate out of a 7,000 square foot warehouse in North Portland, OR, where they share their space with other Portland makers. If you are in Worcester, stop by the Gallery Store later this spring to take a piece of Pigeon Toe home with you.

  • Featured Artist

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    Susan Beiner
    Calling the functional works of Susan Beiner fun and colorful would be an understatement. Susan is a ceramic artist based in Arizona, that has exhibited her work nationally and internationally. Here at the Gallery Store, we have a small taste of her eye catching work that brings smiles to faces every day. Come take a look at these brilliant bowls and cups and take one home to fill your white winter with some color.