Currently I have work in the League of NH Craftsmen shops in Meredith, North Conway and Concord, NH. Some lamps and some plant stands.
If you are in New Hampshire you can see my public art work at the Monadnock Hospital in Peterborough and at the League headquarters in Concord. Also at the Bridges House in Concord and at Temple Israel in Portsmouth. Check out the public art section of my Gallery link.
New work, a table stand” Interpretations” is in the NH Furniture Masters exhibit in Concord, NH. It is made from pearwood and walnut from Jefe Osgood’s wood collection that became available when he retired. The Furniture Masters Gallery is at the Concord Chamber of Commerce, the same building as the League on South Main Street, across from the Capital Center for the Arts.
If you are in Florida on the West Coast, do stop by at the Jan Platt Library to see my arch that demarcates the entrance to the children’s’ area of the library without walls, and the manatee bench. If you do, shoot me an email to tell me about it, as I haven’t been there for many years.