The Red Cock Artisan Marketplace, at its roots, had an idea of bringing together local artisans and craftsmen on the Central Oregon Coast. Located in the DeLake area of Lincoln City since 1972, the store has served as a local shop for Pacific Northwest artists, carrying their fine-crafted work alongside handmade and unique global goods. In 2018, the shop began a new chapter in its book under new ownership, returning to its roots.
Carrying handcrafted goods from across the United States and ethically sourced fair trade merchandise, as well as a small gallery of curated local art, the Red Cock Artisan Marketplace will allow you to see and purchase original paintings, photography, pottery, glass works, and other art. Handmade jewelry, soaps and home goods fill our shelves, as well as an assortment of clothing. Each time you visit you'll be greeted with new discoveries and treasures. The Red Cock Artisan Marketplace is the culmination of a lifetime of their hopes and dreams, and as artists themselves, they can come together to give a home to unique products and original art made locally with love and attention to detail for all patrons to discover.
Their hope is to continue to allow the founder Laurel to live on through the store, her friends, and the beautiful stories they've told over the past 40+ years. They say that if at the end of their days they have as much positivity and beauty surrounding our memories as Laurel does, they know they will have lived a life well loved. The store started with a dream, and continues for the love of Laurel.