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The Arts and Crafts movement that started in England in the 1880s and quickly spread to North America was a celebration of traditional craftsmanship ... (read more)
The soaring architecture of Gothic cathedrals has been taking people’s breath away since the 12th century... (read more)
A few years ago I visited a bookshop in western Massachusetts and happened upon a book.... (read more)
I was asked to design and build a bed for a couple who live in a beautifully restored Victorian home... (read more)
I made this diminutive version of a traditional blanket chest - which I call a mitten chest, in the Greene and Greene style. It is adorned by enameled copper tiles made by a wonderful jeweler, Felicia Parsons.
The International Arts and Crafts movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries...(read more)
This is the third piece in my Cathedral Series.
I made this piece for Serlingpa Meditation Center in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
Tansu is a 300-year old form of Japanese cabinet-making... (read more)
This hall table is the second piece in my Cathedral Series.