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Creating one-of-a-kind furniture represents a unique blending of the beauty and elegance of the natural world and that created by the human imagination. Refining the concepts of grace and beauty is the challenge that I hold before me in my life's work.

Woodworking, especially one-of-a-kind furniture making, represents a rare combination of the technical skills necessary to work with wood, and the ideals of grace and beauty. Knowledge of material and confident hand skills used in making objects for generations to come is inspiring and provides a link with cabinetmakers of long ago. And with each piece I create, I commit to an honest, sensitive approach to my work.

Here you'll find images of selected pieces of work and discover something about my passion - the art of furniture design. Please feel free to contact me, and thank you for accepting my invitation.


  • I'll be exhibiting my work at the 2010 Washington Craft Show in Washington, DC. The annual show is one of the premier events in contemporary craft and I'm delighted to take part again this year. The show takes place at the Washington Convention Center and features over 190 accomplished craft artist. The dates of this year's event are November 19 - 21. More information can be found at

  • I'm happy to announce the publication of my new book, "The Fine Art of Marquetry; Creating Images in Wood Using Sawn Veneers" by Schiffer Publishing. This is my 5th book with Schiffer and I'm very pleased with the results.

    If you would like a signed copy, please contact me. The book is a 160 page hardcover with over 800 color photos - $40

    "…Craig Vandall Stevens takes you from novice to advanced woodworker with this illustrated guide to marquetry, a technique where different colors of wood veneers are carefully cut to fit precisely together, forming a single sheet of veneer."