Made by students using turning, carving, and joinery
Fair Market Value: $1,250
Students will receive 50% of winning bid
Dimensions: 34" x 15"x 15"
Painted maple, poplar, and oak woods
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Craft and Material Studies students from University of the Arts under Don Miller's instruction
In the study of Wood/Furniture at UArts, students gain a mastery of tools, methods and materials to create meaningful, unique pieces-and have many opportunities to display your work in studio, on campus and in the neighborhood.
Don Miller's sculpture and furniture works are inspired by a broad range of historical woodworking practice and have been shown in New York, Boston and the upper Midwest. A background as a stringed instrument maker and a developing interest in fiber-based processes augment his long practical woodworking experience.
This Windsor chair was made in 2016 as a collaborative project by C+MS/Wood juniors and seniors. It is constructed in traditional materials and by traditional methods- turning, carving, joinery.