If you would like more information about any of these artists, just click on their names and you will go to their bio page.
Ken Wheeler prides himself on repurposing local materials to create his one-of-a-kind signature bird houses. Each one is made entirely by Ken in his home studio.
With no prior experience using a lathe, Jerry Crowe turned his own spindles for a staircase in the house he was building. He has not stopped turning wood since, creating marvelous wood bowls accented with crushed stones like turquoise, malachite and lapis.
Each walking stick by Steve Duncan is hand carved using traditional hand tools and local hardwoods, reflecting its own nature as well as the artist's imagination.
Each wood utensil by Jonathan's Spoons is hand made and finished with clear mineral oil. Paired with a cutting board or pottery plate, they make a wonderful gift.
A furniture maker by trade, Phil Capper creates these unique bar boards form pieces from his carpentry shop. Each one is unique and makes a lovely gift.
Chris Kamm's simple polished boxes inscribed with classic quotes offer as he says "relief from the digital, the virtual and the fleeting."
The ribbed painted finish and the birds perched atop many of his pieces clearly distinguish David Koleshis's high quality work as a wood worker.
Gary Ashton's carved spreaders highlight the best of the wood they are crafted from.