July Meeting

Period Furniture

 Freddy Roman

  Friday, July 20, 7:00 PM

Note Change of Day

 

Freddy Roman apprenticed under master craftsmen Philip C. Lowe at the Furniture Institute of Massachusetts in Beverly, MA. After graduating, Freddy has worked for conservation studios and cabinet shops restoring furniture, making built-ins, kitchens, architectural elements, and reproducing museum quality furniture. Freddy has also continued to study in the field of period furniture, restoration, and conservation.

In 2007 Freddy opened a furniture making and restoration studio located in Acton, MA. Freddy is currently working for architects, contractors, private clients, institutions, and conservation studios. When Freddy isn’t working in the studio, he can be found educating the public, teaching and demonstrating across the United States.

He has been published in Popular Woodworking and has presented at Woodworking in America.

His website is located here: www.periodcraftsmen.com.

Mr. Roman will be talking about his training, his work and his inspirations. A workshop will be offered on Saturday and Sunday.

For more information about the workshop, Click Here.

Host: Mark Firley

 

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Scenes from our April Meeting

 

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