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Ken has just made the difficult decision to close Heartwood Studio to visitors, starting immediately. It's very sad to have to do this but we need to do our part to maintain "social distance" and help stop the spread of COVID-19. That being said, Ken is still busy in his workshop, producing lots of beautiful bowls, vessels and many other products. If you are needing a new salad bowl or a gift for someone special and you see something you like on our Facebook page or website, please contact us and we will do our best to get it to you, either by mail or, if you happen to live in the Cowichan Valley, we will arrange to deliver it to your front porch. Stay safe and healthy, everyone!

Heartwood Studio temporarily closed






Heartwood Studio



Ken gives a short tour of the studio in this video (below).
Many thanks to Ben Durham of Defiant Sheep for the video.




Ken was honoured recently to be chosen as one of the 42 wood artisans to participate in the inspirational "oneTree Project" co-sponsored by Live Edge Design of Duncan, BC, and the Robert Bateman Centre of Victoria, BC, where the exhibit is being held.

oneTree

oneTree exhibit: website | poster | fact sheet |
more photos on Heartwood Studio's Facebook page



Ken talks about woodturning in this video (below)
from the Rural Opportunities Network.
Many thanks to Jenny Sigalet and Tim Brigham
of Royal Roads University for including Ken in this project.




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