The Furniture Masters Exhibition Gallery is located at 49 South Main Street in Concord, NH

Exhibition Gallery

New Members Show

On Display: April 8 – June 14
Opening Reception: Friday, April 12 from 5 – 7pm
Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 5pm, 49 S. Main Street, Concord, NH

We are thrilled to showcase the work of three of our new members: Dan Faia, Mike Korsak, and Philip Morley (Invited Artist) in our Gallery this spring.  Our New Members Show is on display Main Street in Concord, NH April 8 through June 14. Please join us for an Opening Reception, where you can meet the artists, tour the exhibition, and learn more about the NH Furniture Masters upcoming summer and fall events.


Meet the Makers

Dan Faia has been a professional woodcarver, furnituremaker, chairmaker, and educator since 1994. He operates a woodworking studio and small group workshop program in Rollinsford, New Hampshire. When Dan isn’t teaching or working on custom commissions or period reproductions, he is usually busy in his shop pursuing his passion for traditional woodcarving. In recognition of his dedication to the art and legacy of period furniture, Dan was named the 2023 recipient of the Cartouche Award by the Society of American Period Furniture Makers (SAPFM). Learn More

Mike Korsak
is an award-winning furniture maker in Orford, New Hampshire whose work has been exhibited widely in galleries and museums. He is a Contributing Editor to Fine Woodworking, and an instructor at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Rockport, Maine as well as Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire.

His work centers around the need to faithfully express his own design aesthetic; to create furniture that is elegant and refined, subtly detailed, sometimes playful, always visually impactful. Learn More


Invited Artist Philip Morley’s passion for woodworking began in his youth when he was introduced to woodworking through a shop class in school. In the woodworking shop, Philip, who previously struggled in school due to dyslexia, found a place where he could feel successful and indeed excel. He pursued his passion by learning the craft of carpentry and joinery through the City and Guilds of London program, a three-year trade school program, working on various historical buildings throughout central London. Through his courses Philip developed a passion for fine furniture craftsmanship and pursued apprenticeship to acquire the experience and skill needed. In these apprenticeships, Philip gained experience with both furniture design and quality craftsmanship. Learn More

We thank many generous community sponsors, including Sulloway & Hollis, Sanborn Mills Farm, Goosebay Sawmill & Lumber, the Guild of NH Woodworkers, and Arthur D. Clarke & Co for their support.