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Aspen Golann

Aspen Golann is an artist, educator & a 17th-19th century furniture maker blending iconic American furniture forms with a background in social practice, fine art and textiles.

Her artwork is exhibited nationally and is published in Fine Woodworking Magazine, Architectural Digest, American Craft, Popular Woodworking, Luxe Magazine, Lost Art Press Blog, American Period Furniture, and others. She serves on the board of A Workshop of Our Own and as an ambassador to the Board of Fine Woodworking Magazine. She has received support for her work from The Windgate Foundation, Colonial Williamsburg, Winterthur Museum, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, The Center for Furniture Craftsmanship and others and is the recipient of the 2020 Mineck Furniture Fellowship from The Society of Arts & Crafts.

Aspen is also the founder of The Chairmaker’s Toolbox, a project designed to increase equity and access in the field of chairmaking. Funded by The John D. Mineck Foundation and The Society of Arts + Crafts.

Aspen Golann's Work