These unique museum shops offer a one-of-a-kind gift for every type of artist.
Nasher Sculpture Center’s holiday popup boasts a wide range of gifts perfect for the ones you love.
1. Dallas Museum of Art
Offering both in-person and virtual shopping experiences, the DMA boasts a unique lineup for your holiday wish list. Magical finds include exhibition merchandise such as a Van Gogh Olive Grove SR watercolor box and Frida Kahlo-themed soap, as well as unique home goods and dazzling accessories. Tickets to the newest exhibit, Drifting on a Memory by Guadalupe Rosales, which aims to document Latin experiences in L.A., are also available. 1717 N. Harwood St., dma.org
Van Gogh watercolors from DMA are the perfect kid-friendly gift.
2. Meadows Museum
There’s something for every art aficionado at the Meadows Museum. Browse a refined reservoir of unique jewelry, art sets and hard-to-find toys. Gifting for a reader? Be sure to check out the massive collection of books with roots in the early Renaissance and the Spanish Golden Age that complement the museum’s permanent collection. 900 Bishop Blvd., meadowsmuseumdallas.org
Bauhaus ornaments from Nasher Sculpture Center
3. Nasher Sculpture Center
Home to one of the finest collections of modern sculptures in the world, the Nasher Sculpture Center is the ultimate gift destination for both rising and seasoned artists. The Nasher Store holiday pop-up is offering niche gifts for everyone, from minimalistic Haikubes that create original poems with a roll of the dice to eye-catching statement jewelry that complements every aesthetic. 2001 Flora St., nashersculpturecenter.org
4. Amon Carter Museum
The Amon Carter Museum has a gift for everyone on your list, with top selections for everyone from animal lovers to creative souls. Choose a black marble hexagon Mason watch for a family member, a Chroma Blends travel watercolor set for the friend who’s always on the go or a gray Baroque pearl necklace for that special someone. 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd., cartermuseum.org
Seasons necklace and white marble hexagon Mason watch, both from Amon Carter Museum