• Adam Cottrill

    Like most woodturners, Adam started out as a 'flat' wood worker making rectilinear furniture and cabinets. Inspired by turners such as Richard Raffan, Chris Stott, Ray Key and Mike Stafford, Adam likes to turn boxes most of the time. There is just something about the blend of form, precision, and the element of risk. No two boxes are ever the same, and none are truly safe until they are completely done and off the lathe. Although he turn boxes most often, he regularly turn all sorts of things from pens to platters and his turnings are in collections across North America, Europe, and Australia.

  • Carl Durance

    Carl works in many media including wood (turned, 3D sculpture), glass (flameworked/lampworked, fused), clay (stoneware and porcelain pottery), and precious metal (jewelry).
    Carl started turning wood in the mid 1980s. He is currently a member of the Grey-Bruce Woodturners Guild in Kincardine, Simcoe Woodturners Guild in Barrie, Thames Valley Woodturners Guild in London, American Association of Woodturners, Segmented Woodturners, and Ornamental Turning International. Through a combination of instructional training and self-taught (trial & error), Carl continues to develop and refine his technique.
    Carl concentrates on domestic woods, including maple, cherry, birch, butternut, and walnut. He enjoys using exotics on occasion. He likes to incorporate surface embellishments, such as air-brushed, gilded, or wood burned accents, on a turned piece.
    Carl shows his work and teaches a variety of classes at the Southampton Art Centre in Southampton and Stephen Hogbin's Intersections Wood Gallery & Studio in Owen Sound, and is a regular presenter at other guilds and public events.

  • Judith Skuce

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  • Pierre Rousseau

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  • Simon Kitz

    Simon Kitz is a Toronto based designer/builder. Upon graduating from design school, Simon apprenticed with Stephen Hogbin in Lake Charles before moving back to Toronto to open is own design/build practice. Since then, Simon has shown in numerous shows and galleries -including the AGO- and has applied his skillsets in every facet of the design industry including residential, commercial, film, aerospace industry and government. He is currently in the process of launching his first line of production art furniture.