Cache Creek Visitor Centre showcases local products, all made by crafty and talented artists, with a few souvenirs such as lapel pins and decals thrown in. All items are available to purchase online as well and include free shipping with in Canada (international shipping also available of course )
New to the art of beading, Indigenous beader Melissa Porter, from the Bonaparte First Nation, has been creating jewelry and custom beadwork from her home in Clearwater BC
Cache Creek's own Donna Middleton & David Dubois have combined a
hippie-dippie philosophy and a
chemical engineering degree to create
earth friendly & people helping products since 2018.
Cheeky Cross Stitch is just one of Marina Aggiss's many talents, she also creates art in stained glass, fabric and metal in Harrison Hot Springs, BC. Although with much less of the F-bomb included, that is special order just for us.
These 1950's style aprons are created from fabric that has been rescued from quilter's scraps, the thrift store or snuck from the stashes of other fabric hoarders. They are made locally by Linda Chatten in a small windowless space below basement stairs.
Gary Winslow is a local photographer that captures eye catching images from all over our area. His work is available as postcard kits and panoramic prints
This art featuring retro car parts from classic cars is created by Jeff Loewen a long time automotive technician. Recycling parts from previous projects he creates lamps, wall clocks and more as a hobby in Athabasca, AB.