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“They push students to do a high level of work that is rarely seen today. They prepare students for a lifetime of making with classes in handwork, machine work, drawing, design and business
After working with the students at the school for two weeks, I’m quite impressed. The woodworkers enrolled in the school’s 50-week program were fast, devilishly accurate and serious about the craft, sucking up every bit of information offered. And then looking for more.
My only regret is that I didn’t have a school like this when I was 21 and crazy to make things with my hands. If you are looking to design and make furniture, it’s worth the trip. It’s worth the money. It’s worth your time.”
Christopher Schwarz – Director Lost Art Press
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A Great Former Student: A Makers Year 86
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A Makers Year
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dimblebies and wiggly cabinets
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Furniture Making Student Lands Top Job
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Drawing, and The Tate Gallery: A Maker Year 21
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"An Artist should think of himself (herself) as a Craftsman." W.H. Auden....
WH Auden in a cutting from The Observer 11 April 1971 reflecting on the death of Igor Stravinsky, genius, talent and the nature of genuine c…
Partner to the heroic Perseus feature chair. Blonde, sensuous, and curvaceous; the essence of femininity. This is Andromeda.
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Work with furniture designer David savage to develop a Love Chair as a wedding gift or as an anniversary present to cherish every day…
What I want is a table that looks a Million Dollars. My client pointed to a dining room visible from the Carrara marble floored entrance hall.
My Client, Maggie, got this fabulous Honduras Rosewood Chaise Lounge just how she wanted.
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