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"Beautiful work, Greg - really nice pieces."
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"James,  Thanks for your comments about my work. Your arched table legs are sweet.  Nice clean arcs, I really like how they are layered. Best,  Greg Gehner"
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MH Patio Chair

"Love the combined grace and function of this piece. Your work is a pleasure to look at."
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James McKenna commented on Greg Gehner's photo


"Saw this in 500 tables. Wonderful use of the tools and beautiful piece overall."
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SLOT Side Table (detail)

"Thanks for your comments. If you are ever in Pittsburgh you can see it at the Society of Contemporary Craft. "
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SLOT Side Table (detail)

"I love the detailing. Wish I could see the whole table."
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"I like how, despite it's massive top and aggressive support connections, the table has a lightness about it. The machined top and round supports make a nice contrast. Beautiful."
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"2013 is still good for me.  Looking forward to it.  Best, Greg"
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Iron Studio
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Owner/operator of Transit Forge, specializing in sculptural, functional and architectural ironwork.
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At 7:17pm on April 23, 2014, Glen Guarino said…

Greg, consider sending Eam bench, Connect chair, EAM Bike Rack for our online show here at Crafthaus.

At 11:16am on April 26, 2013, Deborrah Daher said…

Beautiful work, Greg - really nice pieces.

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At 2:33pm on October 15, 2010, Dawn Blair said…
I Love all the "pipe" connections and tool influence in your work. These pieces totally rock!
Cheers, Dawn
At 7:36am on June 15, 2010, Glen Guarino said…
Hi Greg,

Yes I think Furniture Society would be good for you. Karen is exhibiting this year in Members Gallery at the MA conference. I'm co-chair for the exhibit this year.

We hope you do submit to our calls, definitely look at both calls especially Earthly Pleasures. Marie often helps the new artists with their submissions.

At 8:40am on June 8, 2010, Glen Guarino said…
We would like you to apply to our shows. Your work is really strong. Please look at our calls under Exhibits. Sitting Pretty is ready to go up, but if you want to submit, please send us the image.

And of course please look at out other calls Off the Floor Earthy Pleasures.

Also you may want to consider joining Furniture Society. There is a conference in Boston next week.

Glen & Marie
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