Welcome To Shuswap Artisan Market

Locally Made Art & Fine Craft

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Platters by Sorrento Stoneware, Giraffe by Rebecca Shepherd
Our gift shop is a treasure-trove of handmade art showcasing over 20 local artisans.

Each artist volunteers in the store, which means anytime you drop in you’ll be greeted by one of the artists whose work is on display.

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Winter Hours

Tuesday to Saturday – 9 am to 4 pm
Sunday & Monday – Closed

A Peak Inside Our Shop

Wall Art
Rebecca Shepherd

Art for Walls

Original canvases, felted textiles, driftwood designs, acrylics and watercolours.

Lois McLoed

Wearables

Eco-print silk scarves, felted shawls, clothes for babies and active kids, Victoriana and designer aprons.

Salmon Mug
Sorrento Stoneware

Pottery & Glass

High quality stoneware, earthenware, artful vases, sculpture and fused glass.

Carolyn Good

Jewelry

Vintage chic, and one-of-a-kind collections. 

Kids Ware
Andrea Pyle and Meadow Sweet

Kids Wear

Baby blankets, onies, retro toys, bibs, dresses and more.

Lavender Beauty Products
Blue Hills

Beauty Products

Lavender lotions and mists.

Home Decor

Home Decor

Rustic furniture, pillows, wood products and so much more.

FAT Palette

FAT Paint

We are a proud retailer of FAT chalk style paint, made right here in British Columbia
Glass by Rose Colin
Rose Collin

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Shuswap Artisans Storefront

Directions

We’re located in Sorrento at the corner of Notch Hill Road and the Trans Canada Highway.

1204 Notch Hill Road

About The Co-op

The Shuswap Artisans Market started as a dream of Debbie Reeves and Rose Collin. Their goal was to create and provide Art for the Community and a Community for Artists.

It came to life in the spring of 2017 when they opened the first artist run market in Sorrento. It was a great success and so with the support of all the artists involved they decided to open their shop year round.

Their purpose continues to be to support the vibrant community of artists in the Shuswap region by providing an opportunity to exhibit and sell regional art and to enhance professional development among artists.

Having the store front has proven to be a great way for artists to connect with their community and the community to have access to the artists among them.

Community Connection

The Arts Council for the South Shuswap was a vital connection in getting our little shop up and running by providing a small grant to get us started with signage and other sundry items needed to run a retail outlet. Our connection remains a strong one.

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