Emily Deutchman is a fine artist turned furniture maker, product designer and sculptor. She has an undergraduate degree in Philosophy and Fine Art from Skidmore college, and studied furniture design and fabrication at the Center of Furniture Craftsmanship in Rockport, ME. Her paintings have been featured in New York Magazine and The Huffington Post. She has worked with a number of artists including William Pope L. and Ellen Frank. While living in Brooklyn, she worked as a furniture conservation technician at Fine Wood Conservation. Most recently, she worked as the lead shop carpenter and shop manager at Oxbow Design Build in Easthampton, MA. She is passionate about design, craftsmanship and community organizing.
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