Works in Wood is an annual exhibit in Bucks County, which honors the rich cultural heritage of Bucks County woodworking while celebrating the new visions of the county’s contemporary artists.
George School woodworking teacher, Carter Sio ’76 has been selected to exhibit a dining chair he designed using ebonized ash and cane. “It was a shape I’d been playing with for a while,” said Carter. “During a workshop I was taking at Anderson Ranch I decided to create a prototype of it, and it came together well so I decided to build a few. I’m especially happy with the contrast of color and texture using the cane for the seat.”
The exhibition runs from Saturday, October 5 to Sunday, November 10, with an opening reception and awards presentation on Saturday, October 5 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Since 1999, the Works in Wood exhibition has hosted the finest talent in the region. Today, Works in Wood is a national juried exhibition which brings exhibitors whose expressions in wood feature fine furniture, sculptural forms, and vessels in a wide range of styles and techniques. Learn more.