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March 13, 2016

R. Patterson

 
Robert Patterson’s grandfather and father were woodworkers. Now the Georgia craftsman works in wood too.

The artist & background: Born in Louisiana, Patterson earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in drawing and painting from the University of North Carolina and the University of Georgia. He has lived in the Atlanta area for more than 30 years and maintains a studio in Milton.

The goods: One-of-a-kind wood objects in oval and circular shapes ($100 to $300) in a form recognizable as a shaker tray. Made of a variety of woods, the surfaces are mechanically scored and treated with stains, dyes, varnishes, oil and waxes.

Where to buy: www.hopewellmountain.com and at the American Craft Council show in Atlanta at the Cobb Galleria. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.craftcouncil.org/atlanta.

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