Works in Wood 20th Anniversary Exhibition

Honoring the Bucks County woodworking tradition since 1999

On November 1st PBS station WLVT in Bethlehem, PA aired this piece about our Works in Wood 20th Anniversary:
https://www.wlvt.org/blogs/bucks/20th-anniversary-of-woodworking-exhibit-in-new-hope/

2019 Juror Awards

Furniture

  • Ken Burton - When I Get Around to It
  • Larry Ricci - 3 Nesting Tables

Sculpture or Wall Art

  • Adam Capone - Fascini
  • Tricia Adler - Expand

Vessel (turned object, plate, box)

  • Mike Kehs - Dragon Box
  • Ric Taylor - New Direction

First Time Exhibitor Award

  • David Horowitz - Figuratively Speaking

Jurors for Works in Wood 20th Anniversary

  • Bernadette Rubbo is Registrar for The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms, in Morris Plains, New Jersey - the former country estate of noted turn-of-the-century designer Gustav Stickley. Her extensive background in cataloging original works in the Arts & Crafts Movement in America as well as International 20th Century Modern Design include prior positions with Rago Arts and Auction Center and The Montclair Art Museum. With more than twenty-five years experience in the museum and commerical sector, her educational background includes a degree in Art History and English from Kean University and a Certificate in Appraisal Studies in Fine and Decorative Arts from New York University.
  • William "Bil" Sticker is a founding member, officer and participating craftsman in the Bucks Woodturners, a regional chapter of the American Association of Woodturners since 1986. He is co-founder and board member of the Echo Lake Conference, a collaborative conference held in Bucks County every spring where local, national, and international artists gather to make art to support art. He produced and ran six Woodturning Symposiums at Bucks County Community College. His jurying credits include selections for art auctions for The Woodturning Center, Furniture Society and all twenty-one years of the Echo Lake Conference.

Awards Sponsored by Bucks Woodturners

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