Katherine Edmonds is a furniture maker and designer based in Corvallis, Oregon. She attended the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship for a twelve-week furniture intensive studying with Brian Reid, Yuri Kobayashi, Aaron Fedarko, and Mark Julianna. Katherine later apprenticed with Richard Shrader, who taught her additional woodworking techniques, and worked with Stalror’s Donald Cope, who helped her dive into the world of metalworking. With this strong foundation, her furniture combines traditional joinery with modern clean lines, creating contemporary pieces with traditional roots. Katherine designs and makes each piece herself.
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