Owain Harris is a self-taught woodworker in Gonic, NH, where he designs and builds custom furnishings for galleries and residential clients. He began his career as a framing carpenter in 1997, and worked as both a finish carpenter and remodeler before moving into the shop full-time in 2008. Owain is a juried member of the League of NH Craftsmen and the New Hampshire Furniture Masters Association. His work has received multiple awards, including a Pinnacle Award from the International Society of Furniture Designers and a Veneertech Craftsman Challenge Award. Owain has been featured in numerous publications, including Fine Woodworking and NH Home Magazine. He currently serves as Chair Person for the American Furniture Masters Institute, a nonprofit organization that oversees the NH Furniture Masters and a Prison Outreach Program that teaches the craft of fine furniture making to inmates of the Maine men’s prison and both the NH men’s and women’s prison.


Owain co-teaches

Contemporary Casework


and the Curvature segment of the Furniture Intensive

"Power of Nine" table by Owain Harris