- At the Galleries
At the Galleries
Turnings in Philadelphia
On Nov. 4, the Center for Art in Wood in Philadelphia opened its fall exhibition, “Vessels: Embodiment, Autonomy and Ornament in Wood”, featuring 26 works by 16 international wood-based artists
Inmates run the show at New Hampshire exhibit
The New Hampshire Furniture Masters are hosting an annual exhibition of work from its Prison Outreach Program (POP) at its Concord, N.H. gallery through Jan. 6.
Exhibit explores Wright’s range
The Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art in Denver is currently hosting “Frank Lloyd Wright: Inside the Walls”
State’s best recognized at Maine Wood
The Center for Furniture Craftsmanship holds its biennial exhibition, Maine Wood
Northern Woods set for October in Minnesota
The Minnesota Woodworkers Guild will present its 37th Northern Woods Exhibition Oct. 7-10 at the Eden Prairie Center in Eden Prairie, Minn.
Online exhibit focuses on making a connection
The New Hampshire Furniture Masters Association is presenting “Alone Together”, an online exhibit of seven pieces made during the pandemic, through Feb. 15.
Hawaii’s Woodshow emphasizes use of native woods
The 2020 Hawaii’s Woodshow, Na La’au o Hawai’i, the Hawaii Forest Industry Association’s (HFIA) 28th annual juried woodworking exhibition, took place Oct. 25-Nov. 8 at the Hawaii Opera Plaza in Honolulu.
Depression-era pieces shine in New Mexico exhibit
“Wood for Wood”, an exhibit focused on Spanish Colonial furniture, ran from July 14 through Oct. 6 at the Branigan Cultural Center in Las Cruces, N.M. The featured pieces were a testimony to the skill and artistic abilities of individuals who sought to embrace federal programs offered by the New Deal during the economic depression of the 1930s, according to the museum.
Contemporary seating exhibit at the Fuller Craft Museum
The Fuller Craft Museum of Brockton, Mass. opened a contemporary seating exhibition, “From Where I Sit”, that runs through Feb. 21, 2021 and features 20 works from the museum’s collection.