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Monday: Closed
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 11 am–5 pm
Wednesday: 11 am–9 pm
Saturday & Sunday: 11 am–5 pm

Lyndal Osborne 2015 Calendar


Shop AGA now has Lyndal Osborne’s 2015 Calendar. Featuring images from Lyndal Osborne: Bowerbird, Life as Art and other exhibitions, the calendar makes a great gift for lovers of her work (even if it is just for yourself). Come to Shop AGA to pick up your copy! More information >

Member’s Week

November 18-23
Come in during Member’s Week and enjoy 20% off your total purchase.* Make a purchase of $50 or more and you’ll be entered can enter to win a gift basket stuffed with $150 worth of Shop AGA goodies. It’s a good time to shop!

Not a member? Join today! >

*Cannot be combined with any other discounts, coupons, or vouchers. Member’s benefits are extended to the member whose name is on the card and are not transferable to friends or family.

Late Night Wednesdays at Shop AGA

Meet us in the Shop Wednesday nights from 5-9 pm to receive 20% off anything in store when you spend a minimum of $50*. It’s a great chance to snap up that architecture book you’ve been ogling or those coveted one-of-a-kind earrings that go with everything.

*Cannot be combined with any other discounts or offers. Members will receive a total of 20% off.


Shop AGA is your destination for that hard-to-find gift.  Handmade glassworks and jewelry, Canadian art books, creative kid’s stuff and quirky, eclectic must-haves are just a few of the items you’ll find at Shop AGA.

No need to pay admission for a visit to Shop AGA, just come right in to find the best kept secret in the downtown core.

Did You Know?

Shop AGA carries works from 45 Canadian artisans including 21 based in Alberta. If you are interested in submitting any of your pieces to Shop AGA, please click here for more information >

For ordering inquiries, contact Shop AGA at 780.392.2499.

Staff Picks

Staff Picks

Each month, staff from all areas of the AGA will share their “must haves” from Shop AGA with you.

The Indie Rock Coloring Book

“This is by far the coolest coloring book I have ever seen. It combines my interest of music, supporting charity and coloring! Each page is dedicated to an indie rock band, in which you choose the color scheme! All royalties from this book will go to a charity of the bands choice. Pull out your crayons, because you are going to want to fill every page of this book!”

Kaelyn, Education/Shop AGA

This Is Art Magnet

“What defines art? Well, I don’t know, but this magnet is giving it a try. ”

- Karin, Shop AGA

K is for Knifeball

“You’re standing in a dark alley, a red rubber ball in your hand. A large, sharp, serrated knife is attached to the ball with roughly cut duct tape. Suddenly, you hear footsteps approaching. You know this is it, all of the things you have done are about to catch up to you. Realizing that you are about to be caught, you take your guidebook from your hipster shoulder bag, swish your bangs over to one side, and thrust it out in front of you.

“I swear officer, I was only trying to learn the alphabet! I am a kinaesthetic learner and need physical activity to learn!”

The police officer approaches, looks down at you from far above your tiny five-year-old head. “Son, this book is not for children. Where did you get it?”

“My mom told me it was for grown-ups and I was not allowed to read it, but the ball on the front looked just like the one I play with in gym class so I thought she was just trying to keep it all to herself. I read it, and everything it told me to do sounded so fun, I just had to try it!”

The police officer lets out a sigh. “You are under arrest, kid.”

The last thing you see is your Knifeball flying through the air towards him. The last thing you hear is a scream.


- Kara, Guest Services

Scratch Pads

“Do you have a creative itch? Then Scratch pads are for you! These three journals encourage you to create your own design for the cover. Scratch the silver ink away to reveal the neon colors underneath! That should satisfy your itch!”

- Kaelyn, Education/ Shop AGA

Little Paper Planes

“Things I’ve learned about paper airplanes from this book:
They are classy, hilarious, experimental, conceptual, confusing and on top of everything, the greatest new art form. ”

- Jessica, Guest Services

Ball of Whacks

“A person can get lost in creating all sorts of patterns and sculptures with these magnetic pieces. The other day Kara and I made a spaceship and personally, I think it’s pretty awesome. I may be biased though.”

- Karin, Shop AGA

Wooden Coaster Cubes

“Dear makers of Jenga,
I never had any fun with the game because I just wanted to use the blocks for building awesome things. I’m sorry to tell you this, but now I found something that will let me do just that AND hold my cup of tea.

Coaster Cube”

- Jessica, Guest Services

Pattern Box 100 Postcards

“Who doesn’t love design from New York City? This inspiring set of 100 postcards features designs by 10 fabulous designers; curated by The Textile Art Center in New York City. I would frame all 100 if I had enough wall space to hang them. My personal favourite – Victoria Garcia’s floral patterns and organic inspirations.”

- Linnea, Shop AGA

Building a Legacy: Edmonton’s Architectural History

“I like this book because it makes me appreciate the history Edmonton has to offer. From the Ice Age to the fur traders to today, this book breaks down the story of Edmonton’s growth as a city. It’s an informative yet interesting read that’s sure to leave you saying “I heart YEG!”

- Linnea, Shop AGA

New at Shop AGA

New at Shop AGA!

Superliving Candlesticks

These brightly lacquered wooden candlesticks are designed by SuperLiving, out of Denmark. The shapes are inspired by 1950’s and 60’s design. Shop AGA carries an assortment of shapes, colours, and sizes.

Where We are From T-shirts

We carry three different designs from Where We are From t-shirts, designed by Jaime Calayo, a local Edmonton graphic designer. Calayo has designed crests for each of Edmonton’s neighborhoods and Shop AGA supplies shirts for Downtown, Old Strathcona, and Riverbend.

The French Kitchen Cookbook by Patricia Wells

This book is packed full of great culinary tips, and features beautiful yet simple recipes, which come directly from Wells’ cooking classes that she teaches in France. Recipes include golden almond-crusted sole fillets, lemon-cured sirloin carpaccio, raspberry-yogurt sorbet, and many more.

The Sketchbook Challenge by Sue Bleiweiss

Take your sketchbook practice to the next level with The Sketchbook Challenge by Sue Bleiweiss. This book challenges readers to experiment with 12 different themes presented in subsequent chapters. Along the way tips and techniques are featured to further your skills.

Umbrella with Gustave Caillebotte Scene

Keep dry under this lovely artistic umbrella featuring the painting “Jours de pluie à Paris” by Gustave Caillebotte.

Urban Watercolor Sketching by Felix Scheinberger

Translated originally from German, this book is an informal and inspirational guide to using watercolour for urban sketching. The author introduces techniques, materials, and formal elements such as colour and composition in a relaxed way, making urban sketching approachable and fun.

Toulouse-Lautrec and La Vie Modern 1880-1910 catalogue

If you haven’t gotten your copy of the Toulouse-Lautrec catalogue to accompany the exhibition yet, pick up your copy here. We carry both hardcover and softcover versions.

Calendars for 2015

It’s time to get your 2015 calendar! Keep track of the months with your favorite artists. We have a wonderful selection including Charley Harper, Edward Gorey, Paul Cezanne, Georgia O’Keeffe, and many more.

Sweet C Design – Jewlery

Sweet C Design is the work of Carissa Baktay, a glass artist from Calgary, Alberta. At Shop AGA we carry bowls and plates, as well as wonderful aqua and smoke colored necklaces and earrings.

Lyndal Osborne Calendar


Lyndal Osborne 2015 Calendar

Shop AGA now has Lyndal Osborne’s 2015 Calendar. Featuring images from Lyndal Osborne: Bowerbird, Life as Art and other exhibitions, the calendar makes a great gift for lovers of her work (even if it is just for yourself). Come to Shop AGA to pick up your copy!

Unable to come by the shop? Please click here for information on how to order yours >

How to Order Lyndal Osborne’s 2015 Calendar

If you are unable to come into Shop AGA to pick up a copy of Lyndal Osborne’s 2015 Calendar, we are able to ship it to you. How do you contact us to place your order? Please follow the instructions below.

Instructions to Order the Lyndal Osborne’s 2015 Calendar:
1. Create an email and in the subject line put “Lyndal Osborne Calendar” followed by your name. Example: “Lyndal Osborne Calendar John Smith.”

2. Copy and paste the following Order Form template into the body of your email.

Lyndal Osborne 2015 Calendar Order Form
First Name:
Last Name:
Number of copies of the calendar you would like to order:
Shipping Address:
Best time of day to contact you: Morning/Afternoon/Evening
Your Time Zone:
Primary phone:
Secondary phone (if applicable):

3. Fill out the form completely. If you have additional considerations please note them in your email as well.

4. Send the email to

5. After we receive your email, we will contact you by phone to collect your credit card information to process your transaction. The total cost of the order will include the price of the calendar(s) ($19.95 each + gst), and the cost of shipping. We will be calling between 9am-5pm Mountain Standard Time.

6. Once we have completed your transaction over the phone, we will package and ship your calendar.

Have questions about the ordering process? Please send them to with “Lyndal Osborne Calendar Question” in the subject line.

Please note:

  • DO NOT send credit card information by email. Email is not secure. We will not process credit card information sent by email.
  • If you live in a place where the time zone is substantially different from Mountain Standard Time please add this information into your email. We will try our best to make arrangements to call you at a time that works well for you, however, we can only make calls during our business hours.