A Marketplace for West Coast Makers
locally crafted and made with love
so much beauty on the coast
Have a look through the various categories below and find a piece of the West Coast to have at home.
Is there an item you’re looking for but isn’t here? Email us, we might be able to pair you with an artist who can create it.
Paper & Canvas
Explore the paintings, photography, illustrations, books and cards inspired by the West Coast.
Ceramics & Homeware
It has been said that the secret of happiness is to work with your hands and cherish your home.
Scents & Skincare
To live on the coast, is to know the smell of the coast. From rainforests to seashores, we are swaddled with the eloquent scents of nature.
See what has been added most recently
AHOY BAG -handbag size with zipper, made from upcycled sails$127.00 AHOY BAGS
Portrait of an Eagle$89.00 – $109.00 Dian McCreary Fine Art Photography
Donate to the Westcoast Community Resources Society$1.00 – $100.00 Westcoast Community Resources Society
Vanilla and Jasmine Scented Soy Blend Wax Melt$7.00 Emilight Candles
Succulent Plant Hanger$36.00 Beachwoodweaves
Macrame Plant Hanger$51.00 Beachwoodweaves
Customizable Bookmark$5.00 Raincoast 3D
Ukee Love Poster$35.00 WILD/FREE Creative
Vancouver Island Sunset Draped Kimono$110.00 Van Isle Goddess
Ebb and Flow Kimono Robe$110.00 Van Isle Goddess
circle of growth$35.00 saraspectrum
Executive Director, Pacific Rim Arts Society
"Small business owners are the foundation of Ucluelet’s success. They are a large part of what makes this community special. In a changing world, businesses must be adaptive to maintain a competitive edge. The Common Ground Market offers small businesses a place to showcase their work without the concern of major overhead on the digital landscape."
Executive Director, Tourism Ucluelet
"Common Ground Market has the potential to support a wide regional reach of both established and emerging artisans. It is a platform that will connect our regional communities, helping showcase and promote that arts and crafts made here to the rest of the world."
Mayor of Ucluelet