Furniture

Lynette Breton

Lynette Breton Design Furnituremaker/Woodworker Harpswell, Maine 04079 Phone - 207-725-9802 email - lbretondesign@gmail.com Web address - www.lynettebretondesign.com www.holdingpatternsflowerpress.com My intent for anything I make is for it to be lasting, recycled by being handed down, and timeless in its design... my emphasis comes from the mindful use of materials,.. what is available from the sustainable harvested wood sources as well as reclaimed lumber. I design from a place of making connections, somehow telling a story as if the new life given the material was trying to teach us something about then and now and continues that message to a future generation.

Kevin Rodel

Kevin Rodel Furniture & Design Studio 14 Maine Street, Box 63 Brunswick, ME 04011 PHONE:207. 837-2833. EMAIL:kevin@kevinrodel.com WEB ADDRESS:www.kevinrodel.com/ - Design Arts - Studio artist - Furniture - Wood Kevin Rodel is a woodworker, furniture maker, and interior design specialist. He works in the style of the International Arts and Crafts movement of the late 19th century.

Charles Durfee

Charles Durfee Cabinetmaker Address: 65 Delano Rd, Woolwich, ME 04579 Phone: 207-442-7049 Email: charlie@cdurfee.com Web: www.cdurfee.com "I have been designing and building handcrafted furniture for 35 years, working to the highest standards of our tradition. My work features colonial, Shaker, and updated classic styles. Working from a small shop in Midcoast Maine, and working with customers local and nationwide, I take pride in building pieces that are exactly what they want. For more information, photos and description of my work, please visit my website."

Hatch Studio

Hatch Studio Contact: Howard Hatch 14 Maine Street Brunswick, ME 04011 PHONE:721-0070 WEB ADDRESS:hatchstudio.com Fine furniture, custom billiard tables & accessories. In Fort Andross, 2nd mill entrance, ground floor.

ART TEC

ART TEC Contact: Guy Marsden, Woolwich, ME 04579 PHONE:207-443-8942 EMAIL:guy@arttec.net WEBSITES:www.arttec.net - Studio artist - Furniture - Wood - Multi-media Guy Marsden works in two areas: WOOD FURNITURE: small tables, benches and mirror frames constructed using thin vertical staves as a primary visual/structural element. ELECTRONIC ART: an ongoing series that began in the mid 1990\'s that display randomly changing numbers using electronic devices.