Constructed with USA-made 1/8" prem ium quality high density scuba foam
Bend Oregon Mug
Our 16 oz mugs are the perfect size for your morning coffee or tea. Sit back in your comfy chair and remember the good times you had in Bend - walking on a forested path, swimming in a crystal clear lake, biking mountain trails, being with family and friends in beautiful Central Oregon.
The slight tapered shape
Mug John Kinder
Savor memories of Bend with your morning coffee in a hand-thrown pottery mug by local Artist John Kinder. Glaze colors vary, and each mug is unique.
Please contact us prior to ordering, so we can tell you which colors and shapes are available. We will happily hold your mug while you place your online order!
* * * * If we don't hear from you before your order comes through, we will pick one we love - and hope you do, as well.
52 Cards with Jokers
Poker Size in tuck box
Printed on heavy stock paper
100% Made in America!
Final Switchback 8x10 Print
Artist Katie Reim starts each painting by letting the contours of a map lead her towards a composition. She alters the colors of the map to fit the mood of the place, then paints on top with acrylic and finish the details with meticulous pen and ink. She aims to capture the connection people feel towards their favorite wild places.
“After earning a degree in illustration, I bounced around between many mediums and crafts. My intense love for wilderness and painting naturally pulled me towards this latest body of work, of which I am most connected to and satisfied with.”
We love having Katie's beautiful artwork in our displays. The Bend Store also carries her cards, bandanas and stickers.
Sheila Dunn Print 8.5x11
Artist Sheila Dunn lives and works in beautiful Bend, Oregon. In 2006, she received a BFA in painting and a minor in art history from Colorado State University.
Best known for her large, vibrant figure paintings, Sheila’s work explores the fluid relationship between figure and environment: how each continuously informs and affects the other. At the heart of this exploration lies the notion that we both form – and are formed by - all we have seen and experienced.
We have been carrying Sheila's art prints and cards since early 2018, and consider her one of our anchor artists. Stay tuned for her new fish stickers - coming soon!
Oregon Icons Tea Towel
This state is home to meadowlarks and hazelnuts, chinook salmon and sweet pears, chanterelle mushrooms and yes… even square dances. And we love our state motto: “She flies with her own wings”!
Our 100% cotton tea towels are hand printed
Each Towel is 28”x28” and 100% ring-spun cotton
Designed and made in Bend, Oregon by Sweet Pea Cole
Topo Mountain Tea Towel
A classic kitchen accent, these topographical map tea towels are hand screen-printed on soft, absorbent cotton fabric. Great for drying dishes or lining a bread basket. Perfect as a hostess or house warming gift, it's a great way to show your love of Central Oregon mountains.
Size: 28" x 28"
Fabric: 100% cotton - light-weight
Printing: hand screen-printed
These images were drawn by Green Bird Press and hand screen-printed by another local Artist, Sweet Pea Cole!
Lil' Bits Dessert Topper
Lil' Bits toppers from Holm Made Toffee are the perfect addition to any sundae or sweet confection.
Sprinkle on ice cream, top your fruit and yogurt, add to your favorite baked good recipe!
Oregon grown hazelnuts in every bite!
No gluten, soy, corn syrup or preservatives
8 oz. / 227 g
Made in Bend, Oregon
Oregon Cascade Volcanoes by Elizabeth Person
The Volcanoes of Oregon - an illustrative infographic by Washington state Artist Elizabeth Person.
Here they are... the most significant volcanoes of the Cascade Mountain Range in Oregon: Hood, Jefferson, Three Sisters, Newberry, Crater Lake, McLoughlin! The Cascade Mountains are a chain of volcanoes that stretch all the way from British Columbia to Northern California. Each volcano is identified by a portrait, elevation, coordinates and location within Washington State. Two are caldera (collapsed) volcanoes, a reminder that we live among living, volatile peaks.
The piece also features four tree species native to our area: Ponderosa Pine, White Western Pine, Douglas Fir, and Western Larch.
This is an archival print on high-quality smooth watercolor paper.