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Furniture Gallery – Student Work 2013

Lonnie Bird's School of Fine Woodworking

Few activities are as rewarding as building a piece of fine furniture. There’s a special appeal to taking a stack of rough wood planks and carefully crafting them into something both beautiful and useful for your family and friends.

As you’ll see from the photos in this article, we build a lot of different types of furniture at my school--from tables and beds to chairs and casework. Crafting a piece of fine furniture is a long, careful process. Each of the steps is challenging; when you set high standards for yourself it becomes an even greater test.

The woodworkers represented here have set the bar high and, as you can see from the photos, their work is outstanding. Look closely at the flowing curves on the table legs, the precise rows of dovetails, and the carefully aligned blocking on the blockfront chests. This is a collection of excellent work and I’m sure that these woodworkers are pleased.

Thanks to everyone who attended a class in 2013--and special thanks to those who contributed to this article. ~ Lonnie

(Click a person's name to see the associated article and photo)

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Phil Keppel



Jim Kirby



Rex Mattern



Tom Hollis



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 Clay Smith



Kevin Cork



Thomas Skinner



Terry Moses



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David Wright



Bill Bliss



Ed Gerrard



Nick Santangelo



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Denise Ennis



Chris Basescu



Don McDonald



Frank Ramsey



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Dennis Garmer
   


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