Support the Museum

Each donor will receive a special gift of thanks.

The recently cancelled Flower Show was one of the Attleboro Arts Museum’s major fund-raising events of the year. In response to concerns around COVID-19, the Museum has had to cancel this year’s event in an effort to ensure the health and safety of all.

You can still support the Museum’s art & culture programs, exhibitions, art classes and operations by making a donation. All donors will receive a handcrafted gift of thanks, originally created for the “Animal Habitats – Spring Gardens Gone Wild” Sponsor Wall at the 2020 Flower Show.

Photos represent some of the many styles and prints available.

Download an Order Form
Orders can be placed by emailing: office@attleboroartsmuseum.org

Supplies are limited.

A close up of a flower

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$10: One headband (assorted styles and decoration). Created by Amy Rhilinger.

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$15: Choose two gift bags from a selection of floral and animal prints.
Set of 2 for $15. Created by Mim Brooks Fawcett.

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$25: One soft sculpture owl. Created by Kerry St.Pierre and Pauline O’Keefe.

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$50: One animal-inspired throw pillow. Created by Marion Volterra.

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$75: One hand-painted and embellished animal tote bag. Created by Amy Rhilinger and Kerry St.Pierre.

A black and yellow bag

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$100: A one-size-fits-most cape – hand sewn with exotic patterns and trim.
Front and back shown. Created by Renee Harding.

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Orders can be placed by emailing: office@attleboroartsmuseum.org

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