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147 Ekonk Hill Road, Sterling, CT, United States

Featuring one of a kind items in leather, wood and silver by Mal Bates. Displaying works by fine artists and crafts people including:

Paintings by Sherrie Parenteau

Wood Carvings by Ray Weidele

Chain saw art by Ken Dudley

Stone carvings by Dave Roberts

Stained glass by Laura Parsons

Appointments are available upon request.

178 Woodstock Road, Woodstock, CT, United States

Frame and furniture maker using beautifully figured hardwoods. Framed mirrors in traditional and contemporary styles. Furnature restoration and conservation services available. Carved details and custom turning are also used in creating or restoring your furniture or frame.

29 Bradford Corner Road, off Route 171, Woodstock Valley, CT 06282

Local artisans’ fine-craft. Handspun yarns from rare-breed fleeces. Hand knit shetland lace shawls, scarves and stoles. Teagan & Ash hand-decorated paper frames, photography and woodstock pottery.

Hours: Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 1-5 p.m.

950 Main Street, Coventry, CT, United States
1010 Main St, Willimantic, CT, United States

Wooden bowls from trees local to the area

17 North Road, Windham, CT, United States

Oil paintings of local streets, still lifes, window reflections and Deer Isle Maine-on canvas and wood. Recently I have added painted floor cloths to my repertoire.

1010 Main Street, Willimantic, CT, United States

Wirewrapped creations, pendants, hat pins precious gems, custom orders, one of a kind pieces.

Wireweavers on Etsy.com

96 Putnam Road, Pomfret, CT, United States
166 Pickett Road, Plainfield, CT, United States

Upscale/Upcycled Functional Art

196 Puddin Lane, Mansfield, CT, United States


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Willington, Connecticut

John  has been a woodworker for over 40 years.  In his early career he designed and sold contemporary pieces of furniture, worked as a carpenter and enjoyed decorative carving.  He started as an elevator technician in the 80’s.

Now retired, John is back to his passion in woodworking.

He combines his background in woodworking and  love of nature to create unique wall hung functional mirrored sculptures using tree holes.
John is inspired by what he finds outside and brings the beauty of the natural world into homes.

When he is not watching his grandchildren, you will find him in his woodworking studio /Gallery in Connecticut.


Tree holes provide a great medium for creativity and also provide a habitat for wildlife.

Therefore, John  uses only the tree holes from downed trees.​

His work is part him  and part Mother Nature blended together to create a unique functional art form.


1977-1979 Michael Coffey’s School of Fine Woodworking

East Poultney, Vermont

866 Main Street, Willimantic, CT, United States
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