Steven Kennard is a woodturner, sculptor and photographer living and working in Nova Scotia, Canada. From exotic and indigenous woods he creates turned, carved and textured pieces as sculptural boxes in one of a kind and limited edition work. Wood turning is more often than not just where the process begins. His Turned Work information is linked below. Contact Steven to inquire about purchasing his work.
His photography themes are on the Photography Gallery Page.
Galleries of Turned Work:
The video above, “Turns”, released in the Spring of 2015 describes Steven’s inspirations, work and philosophy. “Turns” is part of the award winning series “Conversations with Makers”, produced by Ben Proudfoot of Breakwater Studios. It immediately gained international recognition, with viral success. It can be viewed by clicking on the thumbnail.
We are also dealers for the fine Robust Lathes.
Due to the recent Covid-19 Pandemic, our gallery is closed to drop in visitors. If you wish to visit, please call to arrange an appointment, when physical distancing of 2 meters will be maintained wherever possible. Only 2 visitors from a single household or household ‘bubble’ will be permitted in the gallery at the same time. For your visit, please consider wearing a mask, we will be wearing masks ourselves to protect you.
It will not be possible for visitors to handle any of the artwork, due to the risk of possible transmission of the virus and the difficulty in sanitizing the surface of these pieces.
If you wish to visit the workshop, the above protocols also apply, with appointment required, a request for a mask to be worn and a physical distance of at least 2 meters maintained during your visit.
We ask for your understanding during these unprecedented and unusual circumstances while we do our part in keeping you and ourselves safe and well.