While many of woodworking’s elders may fret over the future of the craft with public schools reportedly closing up the wood shop, the fresh faces of woodworking appear to be emerging from the growing number of dedicated woodworking schools in the United States. One such craftsman is Houston-based furniture maker Clark Kellogg.
Clark’s use of the blog format works surprisingly well as a platform for sharing his work, and while the tone of his website suggests a young writer (as do his pictures), the furniture in his gallery is graced with the clean lines and well-executed joinery of a practiced and well-trained craftsman.
Don’t miss his ebony ring box. It’s the kind of intimate, personal creation that suggests a sincere love for his craft.