Shopping made easy with unique gifts and free gift wrapping!
The Gift Shop carries a large assortment of Thistle Farms products.
Work of jewelry artist, Linda Hobdy
Books and toys for children
Past and future exhibition-related merchandise
Popular in every season, the Frist Center Gift Shop is one of Nashville’s favorite places to shop. Whether you’re looking for a gift for a child or something special for the person who has everything, you’ll find a dazzling array of specialty merchandise at the Frist. Be sure to see our beautiful handcrafted jewelry, ceramics, textiles, decorative arts from around the world, framed prints and posters, stationery, supplies for the developing artist, book, videos, and exhibition catalogs, galore.
The Frist Center Gift Shop will be closed Monday and Tuesday (January 6 & 7) for inventory. The Shop will reopen on Wednesday, January 8 at 10:00 a.m.
Frist Center Members receive a 10 percent discount every day! If you are not a member, you can join online or when you visit the shop.
Susan DeMay produces functional and decorative stoneware pottery and other artistic forms, such as wall works, sculptural vases, and tile projects. She operates a studio in Smithville,Tennessee. Each of her clay works use colorful glazes with a variety of surfaces, put together to create a rich expressive palette and distinctive design.
Work from her various series has been exhibited in numerous galleries. Abstractions, repeated patterns, and storybook narratives reveal many sources of inspiration. Modern paintings inspire color schemes and balanced compositions; quilts inspire specific designs and rich color combinations; blown glass inspires decorative shapes and fluid surfaces; nature inspires intriguing effects; and personal experiences inspire colorful images that can point to social issues.Susan is also a teaching artist and has a long career that has included positions in many art programs in Middle Tennessee. She has taught at Vanderbilt University for almost 20 years, and has been a featured guest at the Appalachian Center for Crafts, Fisk University, Middle Tennessee State University, Sarratt Studio Program, and Watkins Art Institute.