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Woodworker: Jeremy Grubb
This side table (20. in dia. by 25 in. tall) won the Judges Special Award, sponsored by FWW, at the Texas Furniture Makers Show in Kerrville, Texas, in December 2011. Grubb...
Woodworker: Doug ClarnerClarner collaborated with artist Trenny Robb of Sutton, Vt., when designing this Shaker-style sideboard, which won the 2010 Vermont Fine Furniture and Wood Products Design...
Woodworker: Michael DisanoDisano built this cherry and poplar chest of drawers from plans by Carlyle Lynch (1909-1989). Lynch, a woodworker and teacher of woodworking, was known for creating detailed...
Woodworker: James PlatteterThree factors motivated Platteter to build this Pennsylvania spice box: the beauty of the original in The Pennsylvania Spice Box by Lee Ellen Griffith (Chester County...
Woodworker: Kelly J. DuntonDunton, an associate art director at Fine Woodworking and an avid woodworker, was influenced by the Shaker aesthetic for the design of this child's desk, 19-3/4 in. deep by...
Woodworker: J. Albert Hudson
Hudson was so inspired by the double oxbow Salem secretary in Home Furniture #7 that he vowed to reproduce it. Twelve years later, at the age of 88, he did just that...
Woodworker: Bert Wortel
Turnings, carvings, and inlay adorn this small chess table. Wortel crafted the board with solid wood with squares of holly and Peruvian walnut. He turned and carved...
Woodworker: Michael Lobby
Arts and Crafts design and Bhutanese architecture fueled Lobby’s inspiration when he created this desk. He wanted the design to be uncomplicated yet highly functional as a...
Woodworker: Andrew Maisel
This tall Shaker cupboard was inspired by a Shaker piece built in Massachusetts around 1840. Maisel made it entirely from solid wood, using cherry for the exterior and birch...
Woodworker: William N. Moore
Moore created this lowboy from the John Townsend original in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Because he is a hobbyist woodworker, he says he has the...
Woodworker: Chris Hedges
This Philadelphia secretary swept the AWFS Fresh Wood student competition in July 2007, taking first place in the reproduction category, best in show, and the peoples...
Woodworker: Andy Rae
After researching several 18th-century linen presses, including one notable cabinet that resides in the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts in Winston-Salem, N.C., Rae...
Woodworker: Richard Gies
Gies had been honing his furniture-making skills for 25 years before tackling this tall case clock. To make the piece, a classic example of an 18thcentury...
Woodworker: Len Dougherty
As a life-long drawer and painter, Len Dougherty has no trouble capturing life-like images in the marquetry on his furniture. "I think an art background really helps with...
Painted chest in poplar by Frank B. Rhodes, Jr.
Based on the drawings of Thomas Moser, Dumke made this Shaker tall chest of cherry and poplar. it has a tung oil finish.
Arnold’s chest of drawers in made from cherry, figured maple, and poplar. It features maple cockbeading around the drawer fronts and is finished with seedlac shellac.
Schurch’s unique spinning cabinet features an intricate marquetry design done with eight differenct hardwoods.
McCaffery’s miniature reproduction of the yacht, the Coronet, is made from poplar, cherry, and apple wood. The piece was built to a scale of 3/8 in. = 1 ft.
This Windsor-style settee is crafted from cherry with poplar for the frame. It is finished with nitrocellulose oil.
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