August Newsletter

Art Fair Update

We recently got back from a two week trip out east to State College, Pennsylvania and Ann Arbor, Michigan. Central Pennsylvania Art Festival is held downtown State College and on the campus of Penn State University.  The show is four days and was founded in 1967 by the State College Chamber of Commerce and Penn State University's College of Arts and Architecture. Approximately 100,000 people visit the Festival each year.  We meet new people from all over the country as the College holds it alumni weekend. Congratulations to Tom as he was awarded an Award of Merit.  

We then headed to Ann Arbor, Michigan for The Original, another four day art festival.  This year it was held from Thursday through Sunday instead of Wednesday through Saturday. The Ann Arbor Art Fair is one of Michigan's finest summer traditions and one of the largest outdoor art fairs in the nation. The streets of Ann Arbor transformed into an art lover's paradise where experience and enjoyment of original works of art, street performances, culinary treats and a variety of sidewalk sales. From seasoned art enthusiasts to novice collectors, thousands made the trip to discover something truly inspiring. We were able to visit with artist friends who live in the area and also exhibited at the show.  Mark and Patty Mohrenweiser have been doing art festivals for over 19 years.Check out the artwork of Mark and Patti by clicking hereThank you State College and Ann Arbor for supporting Thomas William Furniture!  

Upcoming Events

The 2016 art fair schedule is current.  We are headed next to Penrod Arts Fair, Indianapolis, Indiana.

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2016 Collection

Every piece is built by Tom. His aim has been, and continues to be, to create the highest quality individually built furniture to suit your specific needs. Toward that end, he uses the best wood available and time honored joinery techniques. When you invest in Tom's furniture, you get the benefit of over three decades of experience in joinery, wood technology, restoration, design, technical perfection, and meticulous craftsmanship. You get furniture to enjoy for life, built by someone who really understands wood. As one client put it: "Your craftsmanship is incredible and beautiful... so exacting." Certainly his prices can't compete with mass produced, factory-made furniture. Production shops deal with the average needs of the average consumer. He constructs each piece individually, taking as much time as he needs to achieve perfection. Upon purchase, he signs and date each piece.  Click here to start your savings.

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