Fall 2016

James Schriber, a traditional furniture maker who reimagines the midcentury-modern style in his furniture and creates strong contemporary millwork in his New Milford, Connecticut, workshop, agrees. “We came from all over, spent intense days and hours and weeks together, then went our separate ways,” he says. “Into the ’90s, galleries sprang up featuring the American Furniture Movement. Museums were clamoring for our work, and [then], slowly, it ended. But friendships don’t end. This is a wonderful chance to come together and share our work.”

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