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Studio temporarily closed

Due to the recent increase in Covid-19 cases in the Cowichan Valley, we have made the difficult decision to once again close Heartwood Studio to in-person visitors, as of January 9, 2021. This will be a temporary closure and we look forward to reopening our door to appointments again when virus numbers decrease locally.

During this time we will remain available to our customers through telephone and email orders. If there is something you are looking for in the way of salad bowls, live-edge pieces, lidded containers, cutting or charcuterie boards, platters, trays, smaller bowls, spoon pairs or other wooden utensils, please feel free to contact us. The items on our website show examples of what is available and we can gladly email you photos of other similar items for your consideration. If you see something you would like to order, we can either mail it to you or leave it on our studio porch for contactless pick-up at a pre-arranged time. We greatly appreciate the support we've been receiving from our customers during this unusual period in our history. Please continue to stay safe, everyone, and we'll look forward to seeing you in person again soon! We'll let you know via our website and our Facebook page when we re-open.


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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