Hello from Pennsylvania! Home of J.D. Lohr's Arts and Crafts and Live Edge Free Form Furniture Studio and The Lohr Woodworking School.
I've been a professional woodworker for 35 years and have devoted my life to the craft. It is not just a job to me, it is my passion. This site is huge so the more you dig, the more you will find. I made and maintain this site myself so if you have a question about something do not hesitate to email me. Thanks for giving me a look! Jeffry Lohr
Find my MAIN MENU AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.
For those unfamiliar with my studio work, below is a quick summary:
I am a furniture maker, woodworker, and teacher with 35 years of professional experience. Until 2006 my focus has been on my own original Arts and Crafts style designs which are influenced by Greene & Greene, Frank Lloyd Wright, C.R. Mackintosh, Josef Hoffmann, Bernard Maybeck, and several Mission, Craftsman, and Bungalow Style designers of the movement. Although I still accept commissions within my original interpretation of the Arts and Crafts Style, my focus since 2003 has been shifting more and more to creating Free Form Live Edge Furniture form through and through sawn tree slabs. I do not and will not make reproductions of others work choosing to only do original one-of-a-kind and limited edition pieces of my own creation. You'll find more in-depth background on this in my Artist's Statement.
In cruising my site, you may be left with the impression that I am some big production outfit but nothing could be further from the truth. With the assistance of only two apprentices, I personally make everything that bears my name. The upholstery and leaded glass work are done by two fellow master craftsmen who work directly with me on specific projects.
If you see something you are interested in or if you have any questions, I'm only a phone call away at (610) 287-7802 or you can email me at JDLohrwood@Aol.Com Good luck cruising my site.
Jeffry Lohr ...
Quote of the month:
"If future generations are to remember us with gratitude rather than contempt, we must leave them more than the miracles of technology. We must leave them a glimpse of the world as it was in the beginning, not just after we got through with it."
Lyndon B. Johnson