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Richard Oedel has been making furni­ture since he was a teenager. His primary shop is in Boston, where he shares a 5,000 sq ft space with the other 7 members of Fort Point Cabi­net­mak­ers. He divides his time between Boston and his other design space in Wolfeboro, NH. His work is sold and exhib­ited nation­ally and is the past Chair­man of the New Hamp­shire Furni­ture Masters . Federal furni­ture is one of his specialties.
He has been written up in Fine Wood­work­ing, Wood­shop News, Custom Wood Busi­ness and other peri­od­i­cals, and is published in many books. He was the CWB confer­ence Keynote Speaker in 2009 and was also the Chair of the national Furni­ture Society Confer­ence, which was held in June 2010 at MIT. _ His work was featured most recently at the Fuller Museum as part of the Four Centuries of Mass­a­chu­setts Furni­ture exhi­bi­tion and is in the collec­tions of the Metro­pol­i­tan Museum and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.

Boston, MA
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