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comments (1) February 10th, 2009 in blogs

Tom Tom McKenna, Managing Editor
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Nelson a la mode, by Liz Phillips
Stained Glass Side Table, by Raymond Ringer
Doghouse, by Raymond Ringer.
Nelson a la mode, by Liz Phillips - CLICK TO ENLARGE

Nelson a la mode, by Liz Phillips

Photo: Lori Anderson

If you're looking for design inspiration, or just want to bear witness to intense dedication to the craft of woodworking, check out the latest exhibit at the Messler Gallery at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Rockport, Maine. The exhibition, "Celebrating the Studio Fellowship," opens Feb. 20 and highlights work from current and former participants in the Fellowship Program of the CFC. The program accepts six artists at a time, with terms from a month to a year, who share free workshop space at the school to explore and push the boundaries of woodworking design.

The opening reception is on the 20th, from 5 to 7 p.m., and the exhibit runs until April 17. If you can't make the journey to the school, you can see the exhibit online at www.woodschool.org, photos coming soon: http://www.woodschool.org/gallery/index.html.

 

 

 



posted in: blogs, exhibit, woodworking school, Messler Gallery, apprentice, fellowship program, internship, Maine, Phillips, Ringer


Comments (1)

staggerlee staggerlee writes: I visited The Center for Furniture Craftsmanship when on vacation in Rockport Maine and I was absolutely impressed with the facility. The Messler Gallery was showing some fantastic faculty work at that time. With the quality of work on display there what baffles me is why they chose a piece of furniture for their mailings that was so close to the original, it should have been labeled a reproduction. Surely the school would have wanted to display an original work in order to draw people in? Perhaps they didn't know.
Posted: 11:59 am on February 22nd

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