finding usHeartwood Studio is located in the beautiful Cowichan Valley just a few minutes west of Duncan on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. (See below for a map showing how to get to the studio from Duncan.) The display and sales studio is open year-round by appointment. Please contact us by phone or email to ensure we'll be home when you arrive.
5846 Curry Rd. (off Gibbins Rd.)
Just 5 minutes from downtown Duncan!
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Lat: 48.784021, Long: -123.746395
Ken also sells his woodwork year-round at Imagine That! Artisans' Designs in Duncan, Artzi Stuff in Nanaimo, Alcove Homegrown Living in Qualicum Beach, and Side Street Studio in Victoria (Oak Bay).
|Imagine That! Artisans' Designs
|Alcove Homegrown Living
Qualicum Beach, BC
|Side Street Studio
Heartwood Studio is a member of the Cowichan Artisans group, who normally hold two open-studio tours per year, a Spring Tour in April and a Fall Tour on the first weekend in November. Last year, due to Covid-19, both tours had to be cancelled. This year, the group again made the reluctant decision to cancel their Spring Tour on the weekend of April 23-25. However, with Covid numbers improving and more people being vaccinated, we are hoping that the 2021 Fall Tour will go ahead in early November. Stay tuned to their website for further information.
Heartwood Studio also participates in the annual Visions Art Studio Tour, held every year in early July. In 2020, unfortunately, the Tour had to be cancelled due to rising Covid numbers. This year again, although the situation is thankfully improving, the continued uncertainty has prevented the Visions group from being able to prepare their promotional materials in time for a July event. Needless to say, we're all looking forward to 2022!
For more information on the Cowichan Valley, check out the GoBC website, where you will find Heartwood Studio listed along with many other local artisans and tourism information.
Also check out the Art-BC website, where you will find Heartwood Studio listed amongst a large directory of BC artisans and cultural events.
And finally, find write-ups featuring Ken in "Valley Voice" magazine:
- Choose Hand Made Gifts at "Imagine That!" - December 2019 issue, page 32
- Ken Broadland's "Teddy Bears' Picnic" - July 2014 issue, page 55