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5th Annual Vermont Fine Furniture & Wood Products

Design Competition

Congratulations to the winners of the following categories:

Custom/Studio Furniture:

1st Place- Tim Clark of Timothy Clark Cabinetmaker & Chairwright for Cod Rib Rocker

2nd Place-Steve Marshall of Steve Marshall Cabinetmaker for Coffee Table

3rd Place-Art Stacy of Art Stacy, Artisan Builder for Home Office

 

Production Furniture:

1st Place-ClearLake Furniture for Rachels Console
View award article in Casual Living Magazine

2nd Place-ClearLake Furniture for ClearLake Rocker

3rd Place-David Hurwitz of David Hurwitz Originals for Funky Shaker Hall Table

 

Production Woodenware:
1st Place-T. Breeze Verdant of T. Breeze Verdant Marquetry & Inlay for Inlaid Jewelry Ensemble
2nd Place-Nick Rosato of Rosato Woodturning & Design for Square Serving Platter

3rd Place-Randy Crossman of X-Man Puzzles for Saturday Evening Post Puzzles

Custom Woodenware:
1st Place-Josh Metcalf of First Edition Furniture for Curly Maple Dressing Table with Mirror

2nd Place-Nick Rosato of Rosato Woodturning & Design for Undertow

3rd Place-Craig Hall of Pleasant Valley for Curly Waves

Carving & Sculpture:
1st Place- Ted Fink of TJF Turnings, LLC for Curly Maple Bowl
2nd Place-Tom Dunne of Artistic Woodturning for Maple Wave 1

3rd Place-Ted Fink of TJF Turnings, LLC for American Black Cherry Bowl

 

Students:
1st Place-Will Barstow of U-32 High School for Baltimore Federal Card Table

2nd Place-Terre Morrison of the Vermont Woodworking School for Asian Keepsake Boxes
3rd Place-Elea Becker-Lowe of U-32 High School for Coffee Table


Design With Pine Challenge

This year the Design Competition included a Design with Pine category featuring creative uses for pine harvested in the park in 2008. The winning designer was provided with white pine, green-sawn to their specifications during the Forest Festival weekend, to use in building their design.

 

Congratulations to Randy Leavitt of Freight House Woodworks
for being the winner of the Design with Pine contest for his "Vermont Handy Box"!


Order your Vermont Handy Box today through Vermont Life!

Thank you to all that entered into this year's competition!

View photos from the 2008 Design Competition and awards reception

Thank you to the Reception sponsors:

   Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller

    National Historical Park


Special thanks to and funding in part provided by:

                                               

Vermont Quality Wood Products