Greensboro, NC - Just when you think craftsmanship artistry is dead, you find someone like Josh Miller of Pennsylvania. Miller makes furniture by hand.
The wood he uses for his furniture is cherry, oak and maple. Miller starts with the raw lumber and then he will plane it down. He uses a straight line rip then glues it together. He planes it again, cut it and sand it using a oil based stain and use a catalyzed lacquer for the finish. It is tricky because it is spray on.
Miller proves that just when you think that artistry is gone it is still here, there are still individuals out there making furniture by hand.
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