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Turning exhibit opens at Maine school

“Turning Twenty,” an exhibition celebrating the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship's 20th anniversary, opens Friday at the Messler Gallery in Rockport Maine.

The exhibition celebrates the art of woodturning with contributions from more than 20 noted turners from across the U.S. and Canada. The work is as diverse as the artists themselves, exploring the themes of celebration, the No. 20 and the personal experience of exhibitors as instructors and students at the Center.

Exhibitors include John Beaver (California), David Belser (New Hampshire), Christian Burchard (Oregon), Rob Chamberlin (Michigan), Michael Cullen (California), Barbara Dill (Virginia), Harvey Fein (New York), Michael Foster (Vermont), Mark Gardner (North Carolina), Stephen Gleasner (Maine), Chris Hoehle (Colorado), Michael Hosaluk (Saskatchewan), Beth Ireland (Massachusetts), Dale Larsen (Oregon), Bill Luce (Washington), Michael Mocho (New Mexico), Binh Pho (Illinois), Malcolm Ray (Maine), Michael Scarborough (New York), Mark Sfirri (Pennsylvania), Haley Smith (Arizona), and Marjin Wall (Oregon).

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