“From Vermont’s Forests”, a show at Frog Hollow Gallery featuring new custom furniture by Guild members using Vermont grown woods

Last Friday was the opening night of the Guild’s latest show, “From Vermont’s Forests”, at Frog Hollow Gallery on Church St. in Burlington.  The show features new pieces using Vermont grown woods, and runs through June 29th.  Here are some photos from the show:

(click the images to enlarge)

End Table in walnut by Steve Holman
Live Edge Side Table by Bob Gasperetti, yellow birch burl, ebonized white ash
Green Taffy Mirror in FSC hard maple by David Hurwitz / Wine Table in hard maple by Bill Laberge
Bill used an old fashioned maple sugaring tap for the drawer pull on his piece
Wall Cabinet by Jason Breen – staghorn sumac, yellowwood, butternut
Bench in maple with sheepskin by Johns Congdon
Console Table in cherry and curly maple by Dave Boynton
Coffee Table in birdseye maple and dyed maple by Janet Collins
Bethlehem Steel series Console Table (front left) in reclaimed oak and steel by Dorset Custom Furniture
Church St. at night
Rocking Chair by Kit Clark
There were a few pieces I didn’t get a chance to get a photo of at the opening, but here are some shots from their makers:
Tractor Stool in curly maple by Richard Bissell
Dan Mosheim (Dorset Custom Furniture) didn’t get a chance to get a photo of his table (in one of the dark shots above) before the show, but here’s a better shot of another similar table from that series – this one in reclaimed chestnut and steel
Desk and Chair, by Walt Stanley, curly red birch and birdseye maple

To see more work by these makers and other members, visit the Guild of Vermont Furniture Maker’s website.

[sharethis]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *