Members of The Ringling enjoy 20% off store purchases. Find that perfect gift at the Museum Store during our Double Discount Days. Whether you are looking to trim your tree, or purchase gifts for friends and family, The Ringling Museum Store has everything you need.
Brae Hanson has had a lifelong love of art of all kinds, and her dream of being an artist became a reality, when she began selling the jewelry she designs. Brae designs all types of jewelry, and concentrates on handmade pendants, smooth and geometric jewelry designs, bracelets, earrings and necklaces.
Designer and artisan Cherie Ketchum of Mima Designs creates one-of-a-kind handbags, jackets and tops. Mima Designs has been featured in stores across the nation, including Milwaukee, New Orleans, Atlanta, and now, Sarasota and Bradenton.
Owner and Principle Designer at Architectural Ceramics, Elle Terry Leonard has spent her career creating ceramics. Having learned the art of ceramics in international locations, and taught internationally, she now works and teaches in Sarasota and the surrounding region.
Working exclusively with sterling silver, natural stones, pearls, and sea-glass, each of Kim’s pieces is hand-crafted in her Sarasota studio where she creates casual yet elegant pieces that flow easily from daytime to evening wear.
At sunset, a sophisticated system of LED lights is employed to change the color of the space. As you gaze up at the sky through the 24 foot square aperture in the ceiling, you are invited to contemplate light, perception, and experience. Joseph's Coat is a unique experience.
The Ringling and all of its venues are closed today. Happy Holidays!
The Ringling and all its venues be closed on New Years Day, January 1. We will re-open on January 2. Happy New Year!
Through movement, mime, and comedy, a veteran solo artist recalls and recreates the indelible memories from thirty years of touring twenty-five nations.
In 1931 John Ringling received the gift of a handsomely-bound, 1913 facsimile of the Gutenberg Bible from Otto H. F. Vollbehr, a wealthy German industrialist and collector of fifteenth-century incunabula.