Dive into this box by Amy Forsyth. With its rolling currents, this bandsaw box has its own flow, personality, and depth.
Amy Forsyth studied architecture at Penn State and Princeton, worked for Michael Graves, and taught architecture at Penn State and UNC-Charlotte, before studying furniture design and construction, which she now teaches, along with 3D Design, and drawing at Lehigh University. She was a board member of The Furniture Society, where she edited the newsletter for several years and wrote for Woodwork Magazine and American Craft. In 2016, and again in 2019, she had a Windgate ITE International Residency, a two-month program at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, sponsored by the Center for Art in Wood.
Your bid not only benefits the Center but the artist as well, proceeds of the winning bid are split 50/50.
Materials: Basswood, milk paint
Dimensions: 14″ L x 6″ W x 5″ H
To view more of Amy Forsyth’s work, visit: http://www.amyforsyth.com/