The Folk Art Guild began over 50 years ago. Today, the Woodshop at the Guild community produces handcrafted hardwood furniture, whimsical folk toys, kitchenware, and turned plates and bowls.
Woodturning has become our passion as we explore the timeless partnership between tree and man. From functional salad bowls to artistic vessels, our output runs the range. We will demonstrate woodturning during the Open Studio weekend.
Teaching the ways of craft is central to our approach. Whether working with apprentices on a daily basis or offering a day-long turning class, learning is at the heart.
Kathleen Armitage, David Barnet, Kurt & Lynda Carlson (Carlson Glassworks), Becky Congdon, John Dodd Studio, Anne Fischer, Bob Fladd, Paul & Suzanne Frazer (Frazer Studios), Geroux Studios, Albie Alliet (Grape Moments Studio), Charlie Kingsley, Jo Krajci (Me & My Shadows), John Nihart, Philippe Faraut (PCF Studios), Anne Schliffer, Serenity Fine Woodworks, Adam & Sarah Spector, Mark Stash, Kala Stein, Carole Battle (The Studio at Falling Waters),
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