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'Arkansas Living Treasure' Doug Stowe rejoins the Guild

We are happy to announce that Douglas Stowe has rejoined the Arkansas Craft Guild. His beautiful, hand-crafted boxes and card holders are for sale in the Gallery.

Doug Stowe began his career as a woodworker in 1976, making custom furniture and small boxes.He lives outside of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, and specializes in the use of Arkansas hardwoods. He is the author of 13 books and over 80 articles on woodworking.

In 2001, Stowe began a woodworking program at the Clear Spring School, designed to integrate woodworking activities to stimulate and reinforce academic curriculum, restoring the rationale for the use of crafts in general education and demonstrating its effectiveness.

In 2009 he was named an “Arkansas Living Treasure” by the Arkansas Department of Heritage and the Arkansas Arts Council for his contributions to traditional crafts and craft education. Stowe also teaches at the Eureka Springs School of the Arts and the Marc Adams School of Woodworking and at woodworking clubs throughout the United


For more information about Doug Stowe and his treasured artwork, please visit his Artist Page.


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