Rosewood Studio School of Fine Woodworking; Tools, Courses, Workshops and Instruction
 
Faculty

 
Paul Andrews      Paul Andrews is a designer/maker of fine furniture operating a one-man studio in Prince Edward County, Ontario. Specializing in home accents and statement pieces of exceptional quality, Paul builds luxury heirloom furniture by bringing together innovative design and traditional woodworking techniques.
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Ron Barter
   After studying at the Ontario College of Art, Ron worked as a commercial photographer and graphic designer before turning his attention to furniture. In 1987 he started Carriage House Designs, designing and building limited production and commissioned furniture for clients in both... 
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Adrian Ferrazzutti    Adrian Ferrazzutti of Guelph, Ontario, has over ten years’ professional experience as a maker of fine furniture and decorative wooden objects. He is a 1998 graduate of the Fine Woodworking Program at the College of the Redwoods in California, where he studied for two years with James Krenov. The Canada Council for the Arts has awarded Adrian several grants, and his work has been exhibited in cities across Canada and in the United States including Toronto, New York and Chicago. His work ...
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Tom Fidgen   Tom Fidgen is an author, musician, designer and maker living in Toronto, Ontario. “I began my journey into wood working at a very young age growing up on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia, Canada. From back yard projects to home renovations I suppose I was ‘bit’ by the wood bug back then. After working for 10 years in the set design industry...
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Michael Fortune    Michael Fortune maintains his studio near Peterborough Ontario Canada. He designs and makes furniture for residences across North America. His teaching experience includes eight years at Sheridan College, Rochester Institute of Technology NY, the Kootenay School of the Arts BC and numerous courses in summer programs at art centers in the United States...
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Garrett Hack    Garrett Hack's civil engineering background often comes into play designing joinery and in every way trying to design and build furniture with lightness and elegance. Garrett devides his time between making furniture - almost entirely commissions with each piece unique, writing books and articles, and teaching across North America...
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Adam Kropinski    Adam runs a small shop in Kingston Ontario where he designs and builds custom fine art furniture. After he graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Adam bought his first house and set up his own shop... more...
Karen McBride   The classic lines of antique furniture initially drew Karen McBride to woodworking but now it is the desire to create contemporary furniture of her own design, which lures Karen to her studio every morning. She has shared this interest with many others by teaching courses at Lee Valley and Rosewood Studio and by publishing articles in the Lee Valley online newsletter.
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Vic Tesolin    Vic Tesolin is a veteran of the Canadian Army where he served for 14 years in the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery. After his honorable discharge, he completed the Nine Month Craftsman program at Rosewood, then went on to serve as Resident Craftsman at the school, creating fine furniture to commission and working part-time as an instructor. From there, he took the helm at Canadian Woodworking magazine as editor.
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