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For Up-and-Coming Collectors: Shopping at the Art Gallery of Ontario

Multi-million dollar auctions aren’t the only place to purchase great art. The AGO’s new 7,000-square-foot shop offers unique merchandise including artisan jewellery, furnishings by Frank Gehry and, of course, countless books on art. Take home these—and many other—artful creations.

Handmade mosaic-patterned art glass, $1,225, by Robert Wiener is both a sculpture and functional dish.

Mortar and pestle sets, $105, by Montreal artists Amelie Lucier and Julien Mongeau incorporate clay and glass.

B.C.-based ceramic designer Lilach Lotan’s Zipper platter, $250, makes a whimsical dinnertime statement.

For more on the Art Gallery of Ontario, please see Image Makeover.

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One response to “For Up-and-Coming Collectors: Shopping at the Art Gallery of Ontario”

  1. The Gardiner Museum is one of my favourite spots for ceramics. They have an amazing selection of work by top Canadian craftspeople!

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