Proceeds from all merchandise sold through the Museum & Garden Shop support programs, operations, and initiatives at the Indianapolis Museum of Art and Newfields.
The Museum & Garden Shop is closed from January 7-25 for the second annual Rest & Refresh week to give our staff time to recover after a successful holiday season. Online orders will be filled beginning January 24.  Curbside pickup will be available Sunday, January 16th when the shop is open for MLK Day, and then will resume again Tuesday, January 25.
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    Alexander Girard

    Alexander Girard (1907-1993) was one of the leading figures of postwar American design, along with his close friends and colleagues George Nelson and Charles & Ray Eames. His primary focus was textile design. Girard created numerous fabrics for the Herman Miller Company, favouring abstract forms and geometric patterns in a wide variety of colour compositions. He was also the interior designer for the Miller House in Columbus, Indiana.