2021 AWFS Student Competition | WoodWorkers Guild of America

One of my favorite parts of attending the Association of Woodworking and Furnishings Suppliers (AWFS) Fair every two years is walking through the Fresh Wood Student Competition to check out the amazing pieces that students are making.

Entries come from high school and post-secondary students. The students enter by submitting photos of their work, and pieces are then selected by a group of judges to come to the AWFS Fair. Pieces are on display for attendees and are presented with awards for exceptional work.

Here are the student pieces from AWFS 2021.

1. The Truman Table

Shaun Belliveau-Thompson
Nelson, BC


2. Zig-Zag Stardust Coffee Table

Zig-Zag Stardust Coffee Table Aleasha Carr
Aleasha Carr
Nelson, BC


3. Flying Table

Flying Table Jinsoo Kim
Jinsoo Kim
Rockport, ME


4. Joined Arts and Crafts Chair in Walnut and Leather

Joined Arts and Crafts Chair in Walnut and Leather Daniel Osach
Daniel Osach
Boston, MA


5. Queen Anne Chair

Queen Anne Chair Joseph Thibeault
Joseph Thibeault
Boston, MA


6. Harp Back Chair

Harp Back Chair Avrom Tobin
Avrom Tobin
Boston, MA


7. Adirondack Chair

Adirondack Chair David Olson
David Olson
Hammond, WI


8. Arches Sideboard

Arches Sideboard Glen Gordon
Glen Gordon
Rockport, ME


9. Best of Show: Sideboard with a Void

Sideboard with a Void Jinsoo Kim
Jinsoo Kim
Rockport, ME


10. Sundown

Sundown Katie Farnsworth
Katie Farnsworth
Draper, UT


11. Nest

Nest Mohammed Al-Yaseen
Mohammed Al-Yaseen
Lincoln, NE


12. Blue Grace

Blue Grace Savannah Richards
Savannah Richards
Draper, UT


13. Some Assembly Required

Some Assembly Required Mohammed Al-Yaseen
Mohammed Al-Yaseen
Lincoln, NE


14. Lumbarest

Lumbarest Josiah Mills
Josiah Mills
Lincoln, NE


15. Abulafia Lectern

Abulafia Lectern Dotan Appelbaum
Dotan Appelbaum
Rockport, ME


16. Revolution Mirror

Revolution Mirror Susan Koloski
Susan Koloski
Buffalo, NY

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