Henderson Dry Goods: Gardiner Museum Ornament



The building of the Gardiner was originally a two-storey designed by Keith Wagland and opened to the public in 1984.  It was not until 2004 the Gardiner undertook a major renovation led by KPMB Architects, adding a third floor.  These perfectly laser cut ornaments are exclusive to the Gardiner Shop and feature a perfectly laser cut facade of the Museum building.  Handcrafted and designed by Alex Henderson, each will slightly vary in colour, pattern, size and weight.

Care & Use: Each ornament comes with a cotton cord for hanging and stock card with information

Material: Cotton cord and veneer plywood

Measurement (in.): L4.25 across x H2.75

Weight (oz.): 0.2

SKU: 70209





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About The Artist

Henderson Dry Goods: Alex Henderson

Alex Henderson is a Port Moody, British Columbia-based industrial designer and artist. Born in Calgary and raised in Saskatoon, Henderson moved to Vancouver in 2000 and began her post-secondary education in the Fine Arts program at Langara College before entering Emily Carr’s Industrial Design program. In 2008, she established Henderson Dry Goods. Working from her home studio, Henderson designs and manufactures small home decor items, most notably a line of  popular Christmas ornaments, in small batch runs. Her pieces are playful, nostalgic, and quirky. She draws on a personal iconography that reflects her upbringing on the Canadian prairies and her current surroundings in the awe-inspiring landscapes of British Columbia. Henderson is proud to describe her work as "Canadiana."

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