Andrew Glantz holds a BA and a Master’s degree in the Teaching of Art from Wesleyan University and taught Graphic Arts and Photography for over 10 years. Switching to construction, renovation and architectural detail in 1978, he founded Zenith Design and worked as a contractor until 1984.
At this point, he retooled and reorganized his business to design and produce sculptural contemporary furniture and has been making fine pieces in a one-person shop ever since…Read More
Michael Alm is a Seattle based artist and woodworker.
Always an artist (Michael began showing his work in art galleries in 2006), in 2014 he took the skills that he adopted from an early age and started Alm Fab, a design and fabrication company that specializes in custom furniture and unique creative design solutions…Read More
From his sustainably managed forest at his property ”The Stiks” in the Western Downs Region of Queensland, Guy selects salvaged timber for carving. He is attracted to the texture of old, gnarled and twisted wood, especially tree stumps and dead branches that already have interesting shapes and movement. Most of his work retains some natural…Read More
Paul Jackman is a graduate of Upper Cape Cod Vocational High School where he studied Woodworking and Carpentry and acquired the foundation of his woodworking knowledge. He started Jackman Works when he graduated in 2009 as a way to continue that journey while he went on to study Civil Engineering at Syracuse University. Jackman Works continued as a side project over the summers during college, working out of the back of his now iconic orange Honda Element… Read More
Andy Buck is an American sculptor and furniture designer who lives and works in upstate New York. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design (MFA 1993) and Virginia Commonwealth University (BA 1987), his work brings together traditional craftsmanship, investigations in form, and richly painted surfaces.
An active maker for more than 25 years, Buck has presented his work in over 100 exhibitions in galleries and museums in the United States and abroad. Represented by Gallery NAGA, his works of furniture and sculpture have been published in numerous books… Read More
Anne is an artist based in Seattle who travels across the United States to teach woodworking, writes regularly for “Furniture and Cabinetmaking” magazine and is currently authoring a book on bootstrap woodworking and farming.
After working in a “soul-crushing job in the tech industry,” she went full time as a woodworker and organic farmer in January 2018 and hasn’t looked back since. With a very significant… Read More
Originally from the Lake District, England, Vince emigrated to Western Australia in 1994 where Perth has remained his home. An artist, inventor, musician, Vince’s creative genius is nothing short of incredible.
He has a background in prop and model making in the film and TV industry. Most notably, he worked as a props maker on the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Vince’s art and sculpture embraces the Steampunk ethos with a special interest in using reclaimed materials. You can catch Vince’s Steampunk… Read More
Shane Christensen is a professional sculptor living on the Sunshine Coast, QLD Australia.
Shane calls himself an ‘environmental artist’ which is an interesting combination of his past life working in Conservation and Environmental Protection, and his current direction which is Chainsaw Carving.
He feels that educating people in how they can preserve and interact with fragile ecosystems is better… Read More
He works from his studio in rural Herefordshire (West Midlands, UK) and exhibits widely across the UK and abroad. He has received national acclaim in the UK for his innovative work in wood. With public pieces in six counties he is widely recognised for his ambitious pieces and his striking style.
A balance of public and private commissions as well as his self-driven body of work enables Elliott to work full-time as an artist, constantly exploring new themes and… Read More