Masters of the Craft

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Lael Gordon: Prismatic Patterns

Lael Gordon: Prismatic Patterns

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Lael Gordon uses each cabinet he builds to explore new methods of embellishment with marquetry. See a range of his inventive techniques in this audio slide show.

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Aled Lewis: Woodworking Odyssey

Aled Lewis: Woodworking Odyssey

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Center for Furniture Craftsmanship teacher Aled Lewis left behind a commercial shop, lured by the yearning to build one-of-a-kind pieces of handcrafted furniture.

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Peter Galberts House of Windsor

Peter Galbert's House of Windsor

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Peter Galbert makes Windsor chairs in a house whose origins go back 210 years to its first owner—another Windsor chairmaker. Explore his new shop in the old house and catch a glimpse of his stunning chairs.

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Silas Kopf: Majoring in Marquetry

Silas Kopf: Majoring in Marquetry

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Silas Kopf is the most prominent American master of marquetry on furniture. This audio slide show presents a wide array of his accomplished work.

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John Reed Fox: The Uncompromising Craftsman

John Reed Fox: The Uncompromising Craftsman

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John Reed Fox builds furniture that is both simple and striking. Combining influences from James Krenov, George Nakashima, and Japanese craft, Fox has created a style that is distinctly his own.

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