Many different artists (more than 90) sell their arts and crafts in this lovely shop. I don't know if it's what you technically call a cooperative or not, but it's set up that way. There isn't much "work on paper" (like paintings, watercolors, etc.) but there are lots of ceramics, pottery, glasswork, things made of fabric (like scarves, some children's clothing) and knits (including winter wear), and lots of jewelry. There is beaded jewelry and works with metals. The "wearable" art is unique and fun, and the prices throughout the store are pretty competitive (it's not overpriced). As their website says, they carry Silver Jewelry, Original Paintings, Hand Turned Salad Bowls, Stained, Fused and Sandblasted Glass, Greeting Cards, Lamps, Silk and Woven Scarves, Soft Sculpture, Monotypes, Pearls, Lamp Worked Beads, Paste Paper Boxes, Garden Art, Hand Painted Furniture, Pottery, Journals, Candles tapers and Pillars, Jean Jackets, Handmade Soaps, Handbags. For the artists out there, they do take consignments and you can get information on their website.