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About Us

All Clyfford Still Museum Shop purchases support the legacy of one of the most important and fiercely independent American painters of the 20th century. 

The Clyfford Still Museum Shop's goal is to complement a Museum visit and to be a trusted resource for art-related merchandise. Products sold reflect the mission, collection, exhibitions, and public programs of the Clyfford Still Museum, and we also offer related items that might be of interest to our many audiences. We develop custom products that represent the spirit of Clyfford Still, nurture creativity, and present new ideas and design. Most of our special products are original, handmade, or locally produced. We strive to collaborate with local artists/artisans/vendors that support a sustainable environment. We also use less plastic, recycle and internally generate less waste. The Museum Shop aims to encourage curiosity about art and abstract expressionism, conversation about creativity, connections with humanities and to inspire the shoppers to dig deeper into the world of Clyfford Still and fine art as a whole.

Considered one of the most important painters of the 20th century, Clyfford Still (1904–1980) was among the first generation of Abstract Expressionist artists who developed a new and powerful approach to painting in the years immediately following World War II.

The Clyfford Still Museum is located in the heart of Denver’s Golden Triangle Creative District west of the Denver Art Museum’s Hamilton Building. The two-story, 28,500-square-foot building was designed by Brad Cloepfil of Allied Works Architecture specifically to display Clyfford Still’s work. The Museum offers nine beautiful galleries of Still’s art, historic photos, objects and letters from the Clyfford Still Archives, interactive features, a pair of tranquil outdoor terraces, views into storage and conservation areas, a hands-on art creation studio, shopping, exciting programs and events, and more. The CSM collection represents 95 percent of the artist’s lifetime output, including approximately 3,125 works created between 1920 and 1980 as well as his complete archives.

Photos on this site are by Trevr Merchant, James Dewhirst, James Florio, and CSM Staff.