If you're looking for the perfect, unique gift for that someone special (or yourself), we hope you’ll take a look at the large selection of fascinating items in the Phippen's fully-stocked Museum Store, including books, artwork, apparel, jewelry, toys, kitchen accessories, rustic sculpture, paintings, Christmas cards and much, much more.
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit art organization, we never charge sales tax on purchases made through the Museum Store. Plus, all purchases made provide vital funding in support of our art and heritage programming.
Please note: - Due to COVID-19’s impact on the global supply chain, businesses including The Museum Store are currently experiencing delays in receiving merchandise. So while we still rely heavily on local artisans for merchandise, we recommend shopping early this holiday season to secure the best selection and avoid any issues or disappointment.
Another issue is shipping - we have experienced packages taking as long as 13 days from Prescott,Arizona to New Mexico using the US Postal Service. So plan ahead to ensure your package will arrive on time.
The River Flows: Watercolors of the American West Exhibit and Sale October 2, 2021 through February 6, 2022
During our presentation of The River Flows: Watercolors of the American West, you'll also be able to purchase the comprehensive coffee table book of the same name in our well-stocked Museum Store. This lavish 200-page book explores the paintings and stories behind 40 watercolor artists from the 1820's to the present. The River Flows book is both a narrative and stunningly visual timeline that begins in the early 1800's and carries through some of today's top western watercolorists.
For a limited time, we are also pleased to offer a Special Limited Edition (100 copies or less). In a clamshell case, along with The River Flows book, you will get two giclee prints, each a signed edition of 100. Watercolor artists explore a wide range of styles and these two prints are examples of contrasting extremes - photo realism to a looser energetic style that exposes the brushwork and the enthusiasm for the "Happy Accident." The two paintings are done by the two partners producing the book, Marlin Rotach and Don Weller. And the book itself is bound in faux ubonga hide, foil stamped, and signed by Don and Marlin.
Artists featured in the book: