Currently on view in the Messler Gallery, Scholars and Fellows showcases the work of former scholarship and fellowship awardees of the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship. The 21 pieces on display highlight the value of scholarships and fellowships in nurturing creative growth and technical accomplishment. Scholars and Fellows will be on view until January 2, 2019 – be sure to pay a visit!
For a full collection of images and descriptions of the work on display, check out the Messler Gallery page.
A sculpture by current fellow Yuri Kobayashi greets visitors at the door of the gallery.
Fellow Monica Raymond (Burlington, VT) was awarded Juror’s Best in Show for her Mitten Chest.
Each piece in the gallery is accompanied by a sign that includes a reflection by the exhibitor of her/his time at the Center.
Lost by scholar Tyler Gaston (Indiana, PA) hangs over fellow Ethan Hagenbuch’s Webbed Bench (Stacy, MN).
Hope, by fellow Katherine Park (Hamden, CT).
Heskehksenegi (Imagined Hand Tools) by fellow Chloris Lowe (Camp Douglas, WI).
Pollinator Paisley by scholar Holly Berry (Waldoboro, ME).
Assorted Spoon Sets by fellow Karina Steele (Camden, ME).
Mark II Stool by fellow Peter Fleming (Toronto, ON).
Entry Way Bench by scholar Jeffery Mazur (Toledo, OH).
Detail of Bees by scholar John Tomaszewski (Wells, ME).
Detail of Fernwood by scholar Christina Vincent (North Haven, ME) and Mooreische Tray by fellow Isabelle Moore (Edinburgh, UK).
Detail of Brooklyn Bench by scholar Joseph Murphy (Madison, WI).
Scholars and Fellows will be on view through January 2, 2019. The Messler Gallery is open Monday through Friday from 9-5, and Saturdays from 10-4. Exhibitors include: Holly Berry, Mark Catalini, Kevin Costante, Emily Deutchman, Peter Fleming, Tyler Gaston, Ethan Hagenbuch, Matthew Hedgepath-Smith, Garett Jacobs, Chloris Lowe, Cedric Martin, Jeffery Mazur, Brian McAlpine, Isabelle Moore, Joseph Murphy, Katherine Park, Monica Raymond, Libby Schrum, Karina Steele, John Tomaszewski and Christina Vincent.