This week at Norton’s Cove Studio & Café…

Our annual Feast of Saint Valentine will be going ahead again this month, with tickets available now in store or in the online shop. The menu has been updated, and as usual, I can’t wait to taste it all! Don’t wait until the last minute- get your table booked early to avoid disappointment. The Lower Deck will be open for those who’d like to show up before their reservation begins and/or after it ends!

I’d love to hear your suggestions for more special events between Valentine’s Day and June. Would you be interested in a Trivia Night? Or a Saint Patrick’s Day Feast? How about a Friday night dance (hearkening back to my teenage weekends at the Badger’s Quay SUF Hall) or a board game afternoon?

At the Lower Deck, I’m working on Operation Corkscrew: With the help of my trusty friend Joanne, we are cutting wine corks in half, dabbing a bit of gorilla glue on the back, and adhering each cork half to the unfinished side of a cabinet. I’ll be able to use it as a bulletin board, and it’ll add a bit of interest to the design of the room. What do you make of it? You might ask where I got all the corks? Aha! I’ve been saving them for about 20 years. And I’ve got one shopping bag full. Far less than the new 2 drink a week standard, for sure!

In the studio, I’ve completed all the Year-End paperwork (pats self of back), and now I’m gearing up for the first Printapalooza of the year. Making fresh plates to replace those that have worn out, and figuring out my print list: how many of each design do I have, in which colours, and how many do I need?

New Humpback and Orca printing plates, as well as The Narrows (top)
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This week at Norton’s Cove Studio & Café…

Our annual Feast of Saint Valentine will be going ahead again this February, with tickets available now in store or in the online shop. The menu has been updated, and as usual, I can’t wait to taste it all! Don’t wait until the last minute- get your table booked early to avoid disappointment. The Lower Deck will be open for those who’d like to show up before their reservation begins and/or after it ends!

I have made some decisions about the Café’s 2023 season that I’d like to share with you. We will be reopening in June, serving our supper menu only. And yes, you can make reservations anytime in the off-season by contacting me here at the studio.

This is the last week to take advantage of these great sale prices… The sale ends when February begins! Check out the online shop to see what else is on sale!

This week at Norton’s Cove Studio & Café…

I’ve been changing the prices of some of my older pieces that have been hanging around too long for my liking- have a look at the online shop to see what’s on sale! There are now quite a few art pieces, as well as small gift items on for half price this month.

Our annual Feast of Saint Valentine will be going ahead again this February, with tickets available now in store or in the online shop. The menu will be added to the regular online menu and the product page once we have made some decisions on what to serve this year!

Sale

It’s Saturday evening at the studio, and fun gal that I am, I am doing a little inventory counting here in my shop. Have I mentioned that 2022 will mark my 20th year in business at Norton’s Cove Studio? Of course I have! In 20 years, I’ve made quite a lot of artwork. And some editions have sold quicker than others. While looking at my inventory tonight, I decided to set some ridiculous sales prices on some of those older pieces. And some other shop stock too: books, chocolate, etc. In store, you’ll find a table of other items marked down by 50% too.

Scroll through the online shop and look for the red sale buttons- no discount code necessary!

TGIF: Weekly Update on SALE Table Items

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Discontinued products: We’re offering some great bargains on beautifully hand crafted items and books as we change what we carry at Kean’s General Store: 40% off all items shown here.

Dark Tickle Vinegars
40% off suggested retail price

Selected Books
40% off suggested retail price

Maaike Charron Ceramics
40% off suggested retail price

GeorgeCraft Shave Sets
Were $90, now $54each
Pure badger hair shave brush & razor with laburnum wood handles (razor takes a Mach 3 or Mach 3 Turbo blade) in a wooden box.

NorthEastern Folk Art Magnets
Were $12, now $7.20 each
Raku sea urchins (just one remaining!)

Tara Bryan Mouse Pads
Were $14.95, now at 40% off: $8.97 each
Tara Bryan is an artist who lives and works in Flatrock (and sometimes in Wesleyville!) with her husband and two dogs.  She has been painting the coastline for more than 25 years, and has always been fascinated by the migration of icebergs.  You can see more of her work at www.tarabryan.com 

Morgaine’s Way Onesies
Were $20, now $12 each
100% cotton; This product was dyed using the melting of ice to create pattern and colour.

Please share! #saleatnortonscove #CraftsofCharacter #MadeinNL #NLart #NLcraft

TGIF: Weekly Update on SALE Table Items

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Dark Tickle Vinegars
40% off suggested retail price

Selected Books
40% off suggested retail price

Maaike Charron Ceramics
40% off suggested retail price

GeorgeCraft Shave Sets
Were $90, now $54each
Pure badger hair shave brush & razor with laburnum wood handles (razor takes a Mach 3 or Mach 3 Turbo blade) in a wooden box.

Catherine McCausland’s Art Felt
Were $20, now $12 each (just one left!)
Needle felted mini-art/ornament, 100% wool, wet and needle felted (includes loop for hanging). Colour choices influenced by garden, wilderness, and the North Atlantic, all just steps away from Catherine’s studio.

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NorthEastern Folk Art Magnets
Were $12, now $7.20 each
Raku sea urchins (just one remaining!)

Tara Bryan Mouse Pads
Were $14.95, now $8.97 each
Tara Bryan is an artist who lives and works in Flatrock (and sometimes in Wesleyville!) with her husband and two dogs.  She has been painting the coastline for more than 25 years, and has always been fascinated by the migration of icebergs.  You can see more of her work at www.tarabryan.com 

Morgaine’s Way Onesies
Were $20, now $12 each
100% cotton; This product was dyed using the melting of ice to create pattern and colour.

Please share! #saleatnortonscove #CraftsofCharacter #MadeinNL #NLart #NLcraft