Portsmouth Herald: Pop-up exhibit a hit at Pease

Delighted to share a feature in the Portsmouth Herald about our Furniture After Hours event at Pease! Portsmouth Herald: Furniture After Hours   Thanks again to Dan and Renee Plummer and Two International Group for inviting the Masters to exhibit their work.   A great start to our 2016 season!

John Cameron: Design New England Feature Story

John Cameron is featured in a beautifully written and photographed piece entitled Well-Tempered in the latest issue of Design New England.  It captures the essence of John’s background and process and the true artistry he creates. Take a moment to enjoy: John Cameron: Design New England For more of John’s work:

Brian Reid: When Worlds Collide

Brian Reid featured in ‘When Worlds Collide’ article in New England Home’s March-April 2016 issue. In case you missed it, here’s a link to the article: When Worlds Collide Pictured is a detail shot of Brian’s Tartan Desk.  Click on the picture to see more of Brian’s always remarkable, interesting, wonderful work. Brian just returned… Read More »

Tim Coleman: Eisenhower Historic Site 13-piece Commission

Tim Coleman was featured in The Recorder with a recent story on his 13-piece commission to recreate missing furnishings at the Eisenhower Historic site in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Tim has recreated other historic furnishings for the Frank Lloyd Wright Martin House in Buffalo, New York, and the Quincy House in Quincy, Massachusetts.  We’ll share photos of… Read More »

Devil’s Embrace featured in Fine Woodworking

Congratulations to Emerging Artist Greg Brown ‘Devil’s Embrace’ showcased on the back cover of Fine Woodworking, issue #241.  To learn more about Greg’s background and artistic vision, take a moment to check out the audio slide show from Fine Woodworking: ‘Greg Brown Carves Out a Career’    

In the News:

The Furniture Masters featured in Merrimack Valley Magazine In 1993, a small group of New Hampshire furniture-makers, along with several members of the local community, gathered in Concord, N.H., to discuss the sorry state of the once highly respected art of fine-furniture making. These were not woodworking hobbyists, but highly skilled artists who had spent years… Read More »