Now Open in Walnut Hills
Now located inside our new office in Walnut Hills, we are proud to open our ArtWorks Shop at 2460 Gilbert Avenue! We invite you to stop by to check out our unique gifts and mural merchandise! Check back soon as we launch on our online store. We will be adding more items throughout the year.
The ArtWorks Store is currently offering these items:
Limited edition 24 x 18 inch screen prints by BLDG – $50 each
- Saya Woolfalk’s Visionary Reality Threshold
- Morag Myerscough’s #5 We Are Walnut Hills
- Jenny Ustick’s Mr. Dynamite
- The Big Pig Gig: Celebrating Pigs in the City by Laura Pulfer and Rick Pender – $25
- Transforming Cincinnati: How a Decade of ArtWorks Murals Changed People and Communities Forever by John Fox – $50
- #5 We Are Walnut Hills Tee inspired by Morag Myerscough’s #5: We are Walnut Hills mural at 5 Points Alley. Printed on Black Tultex 100 percent cotton shirt. – $25
- ArtWorks In the Cloud Tee by Illustrator and alum Evan Verilli. Printed on Blue Tultex 100 percent cotton shirt. – $25
- Soft Ghost Tee by illustrator and alum Dai Williams. Printed on EI-Lo Light-gray short sleeve t-shirt 90 percent cotton/10 percent polyester – $20
- ArtWorks tote by by artist and alum Lizzy DuQuette – $10
- Art City pin. Art by Joe Walsh – $6
Stationary & Stickers
- 5 Points Alley Blank Card by illustrator Karen Boyhen – $5
- #WeAreWalnutHills Sticker by illustrator Karen Boyhen – $3
- #5 We Are Walnut Hills Building Sticker – $3
- Mr. Dynamite Building Sticker – $3
- Visionary Reality Threshold Building Sticker- $3
We are open 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday (closed on national holidays) at our main office at 2460 Gilbert Avenue in Walnut Hills. We encourage you to also stop by our ArtWorks V² Gallery. Prices are subject to change. All prices include sales tax.
The ArtWorks Shop accepts credit card, Apple Pay, Android Pay, check and cash.
Reach out to us at 513.333.0388 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ArtWorks is an award-winning Greater Cincinnati nonprofit that transforms people and places through investments in creativity. The organization collaborates with community organizations and residents, businesses, governments, foundations and nonprofits to build creative works of art that bolster the region’s global reputation as an arts destination. ArtWorks employs professional artists who inspire and mentor diverse teams of youth, ages 14-21, helping them build 21st century career-readiness skills. These teams have completed more than 13,800 public and private art projects in its 25 years, including more than 200 permanent outdoor murals.