Anniversary Sale TUESDAY APRIL 19TH!

Norton’s Cove Studio
Incorporated April 19th 2002

I’m celebrating 🍾 20 years as a business owner!  Get 40% off your online purchase  at nortonscove.com on April 19th 2022!

Included in this sale (00:01 hrs until 23:59 hrs) are Norton’s Cove cards, mini-prints,  bookmarks, apparel, and all artwork made by me! And some things are already marked down more than 40%! You have to be a eNewsletter subscriber to get the best deals- you can easily subscribe by entering your email in the subscribe section of the main page of the website: just scroll down to the bottom of the page, enter your email, and you’re in! If you think you’re on the list, but you’re not sure, just send me a note, and I’ll make sure the subscriber box is ticked for you.

Thank you to all my wonderful supporters out there!  Every purchase, big or small, over the past 20 years has enabled me to grow my little company right here in my beautiful hometown.  ❤️

Norton’s Cove Studio 2002ish

Studio Snaps

I’m putting a few frames together today, making some inventory checks, and getting the studio ready for a mat hooking workshop tomorrow!  Feel free to drop in any time the open sign is in the window! 

Excursions: Deadman’s Bay

Beautiful evening light and the roar of the ocean is better than meditation to me. This little section of the coastline is found by traveling on a dirt road for a few minutes after turning into Deadman’s Bay, just north of New-Wes-Valley on the Road to the Shore.

Next!

And now that #printapalooza is complete again, it’s time for signing, scoring, folding, matting, chopping, tasseling, and packaging Norton’s Cove Cards, Mini-Prints, and bookmarks! And the weather is perfect for such indoor work! 👌

Norton’s Cove Mini-Prints getting signed and sorted on my well lit office table.

The Broadcast

I had the great pleasure of being interviewed by Jane Adey for The (Fisheries) Broadcast on CBC radio recently. She did an excellent job of filling in the details of the history of my heritage building/studio, and ended with the perfect finishing touch.

Check out this episode from CBC’s The Broadcast: https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-122-the-broadcast/clip/15789921-shrimp-processors-buy-product-long-hold-out-meet?onboarding=false – Shared from the CBC Listen App for Android

Excursions

My new Studio Assistant (who you’ll be hearing from on a weekly basis), Jack, and I went for a walk at Deadman’s Bay Beach after work today, and I thought I’d share a few snaps with you…