About this Artist
"Every piece is built to last a hundred years and beyond. Furniture should be something for your grandchildren to grow old with--a mix of good design and integrity in its construction."
Reid Anderson is Wisconsin raised and Massachusetts trained. His work is a mix of classical wood furniture and modern influences and interpretations. He always focuses on functionality, beauty, and the interaction between person and piece.
Anderson is always striving to find the beauty in the wood and manipulate it to its most beautiful form. All of his work is sketched, drawn, and tweaked for weeks before he even buys any material. He feels that each piece is a part of him, and so he gives each one his utmost attention and care.
Anderson received his bachelors degree from the University of Wisconsin with a focus in art and furniture design. He worked with Richard Judd in Paoli, Wisconsin before attending North Bennet Street School for Cabinet and Furniture making. He then worked with Thomas Stangeland in Seattle, Washington.
It takes time to make great artwork. Most of the pieces we offer are created one at a time by the artist, and shipped directly to you from the artist’s studio.
Holiday Shipping Guidelines
To make sure your gift arrives by 12/25, please select the shipping method that corresponds to the shipping date listed for your item.
|Items that ship by December 23rd:||Next Day Air|
|Items that ship by December 21st:||Second Day Air|
|Items that ship by December 15th:||Ground|
Not all artists can ship for Next Day delivery. Some furniture and larger art items must ship via freight. Timing of freight shipping cannot be guaranteed. Items shipping from Canada cannot be guaranteed.
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