Locally Made Art & Fine Craft
Tuesday to Saturday
9 am to 4 pm
Meet The Artists
Our shop has more than 20 artists working in a wide variety of media.
‘STITCHES IN TYME – CONTEMPORARY CROCHET’ It’s been a few years … about twenty to be exact … since Carmen picked up a crochet hook; but her love for crocheting…
Suspence Designs welcomes you to a world of pampered elegance and hand crafted luxury. Locally owned by Linda Spence Watson, designer, sole creator and exclusive to the Suspence Designs label….
Peeking into Rose’s home studio, you get a glimpse into the Ever-Changing Palette! Rose’s creations, whether fused glass, or fabric are all about colour. Fused glass pieces, functional or decorative are…
Rebecca Shepherd is an artist working in White Lake, British Columbia. She specializes in painting, mostly in acrylic, and also loves to sculpt in clay. Rebecca grew up in a…
Tappen Apothecary is starting out as a small candle making business, with big dreams to expand into many different markets, including skin care, spa essentials and home products. “I aspire…
We source quality recycled materials to create beautiful home decor, painted furniture and jewelry for you and your home. Custom orders welcome. We live in Blind Bay, and our drive…
We Sell Fat Paint
We’re an official distibutor for FAT PAINT. Come on in to find the right colour for your project.
The FAT Paint Company makes chalk-style paint that goes on smooth, distresses easily, and finishes with flair. Developed by an artisanal brother-sister duo, FAT Paint transforms old furniture, frames, bowls, jars, and anything at all really into enviable works of upcycled art.
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.
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.
Funding From Shuswap Community Foundation
We would like to thank the Shuswap Community Foundation who funded our shed. Thank you for this great addition to the shop.