Portrait of Michael Puryear

Michael Puryear

Michael Puryear is an internationally recognized designer/furniture maker. He is self-taught learning his craft through reading and experimentation and has been practicing his craft for more than 45 years.
Mediums Wood Furniture Recognition College of Fellows
Yuri Kobayashi

Yuri Kobayashi

Yuri Kobayashi, a sculptor and furniture maker based in Rockport, Maine, brings a wealth of expertise honed through diverse educational and professional experiences.
Mediums Furniture Wood Recognition College of Fellows
Lusail Stadium, designed for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

A World of Vessels

From the earliest stages of human development, the vessel has been integral to our survival and daily sustenance, our grasp of abstract concepts through metaphor and imagination, and our understanding of the secrets of the cosmos.

Carpenter's Boat Shop

Portrait of Stoney Lamar

Stoney Lamar

Stoney Lamar of Saluda, North Carolina, is a nationally recognized and exhibited artist whose works in metal and wood are found in museums and coll

Mediums Metal Wood Recognition Award of Distinction
Laura Petrovich-Cheney Entanglement

Material Memory

Laura Petrovich-Cheney’s Entanglement repurposes salvage from homes leveled by hurricanes.

Cabin Stories

Karl Unnasch leads a behind-the-scenes tour of his installation Slumgullion (The Venerate Outpost) at the Philbrook Museum of Art.
Tim Miller Coil Benches

Tim Miller Studio

Emerging furniture designer Tim Miller’s small Brooklyn apartment is the perfect space for testing his versatile, modular pieces.
Square portrait of Bob Trotman

Bob Trotman

Elected into the College of Fellows in 2020, Bob Trotman is a self-taught craftsman, former furniture maker, woodworker, and sculptor.
Mediums Wood Recognition College of Fellows
Jonathans Simon wild cherry utensils

Jonathan’s Spoons

Jonathan Simons has carved out a successful niche for himself as a maker of fine wooden spoons.
Esherick house kitchen

Opposites Attract

The straight lines of Louis Kahn’s modernist architecture meet Wharton Esherick’s sculpted wood forms in a famous Philadelphia home.