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Current Student Work (2010)

April 16, 2010 – May 27, 2010

“Current Student Work” showcases furniture and decorative pieces created by the talented participants in the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship’s Nine-Month Comprehensive program. The twelve students, who began the course last September, come from diverse backgrounds, including furniture design, instrument making, and automotive technology.

For many of them, this exhibition is the first opportunity to see their work in a professional setting. “It never ceases to amaze me how bold students can be. They jump right into a project that a seasoned pro would shy away from…sometimes with alarming success!” says Peter Korn, the Center’s executive director.

The Center’s Nine-month Comprehensive program is designed for aspiring professional furniture makers and dedicated amateurs who seek in-depth training at the highest standard of excellence. Students complete eleven sequential projects that take them from woodworking fundamentals through the fine points of design and craftsmanship.

The course is taught by lead instructor Aled Lewis, a highly respected furniture maker from Wales. Lewis is joined by eleven co-teachers, many of whom are Maine locals, including artist/turner Stephen Gleasner (Appleton), furniture makers Jim Macdonald (Burnham) and Pete Schlebecker (Camden), and artist John Whalley (Nobleboro), among others.

 

Adam Brown

 

Evan Brown

Tim Hewett

Phillip Leonard

Steve Mackiewicz

 

Steve Mackiewicz

John Pennisi

John Pennisi

Fred Wasch

Fred Wasch

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