If you’re wondering what to do with your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day, look no further. It’s easy to feel romantic when surrounded by the priceless treasures that grace the walls and halls of the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art. Visit for free to peruse multiple exhibitions that are currently on display, and catch a glimpse of the student exhibition before it closes on February 15.
You can even take some treasures home with you from Muse, the museum store, located just inside the doors. Stop in to find a unique Valentine’s gift for everyone on your list. Write a love letter on stationary embellished with quirky, sweet sayings; take a picture with someone you love and tuck it in a heart-shaped frame from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Even if you don’t have a special someone to shower with gifts, buy a clay pottery dish of Bedré chocolates, or treat yourself to a wine kit cleverly disguised as a decorative bottle.
Everything in the unique store is carefully selected by manager and buyer Jin Jo Garton. She travels from New York City to San Francisco to bring back all the little things you just can’t live without. At Muse you can find one of her favorite Valentine items: handcrafted Cupid arrows created by Cherokee artist Stacey Foster. Stop by Muse this week to fall in love with the perfect gift!