September 22, 2017
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New Hampshire Furniture Masters Association

The New Hampshire Furniture Masters Association (NHFMA) was formed in 1993 with one goal in mind: to build public awareness of New Hampshire’s fine furniture makers and to cultivate an audience for their goods closer to home.

The Furniture Masters continue striving to spread awareness of their craft into the present, working collaboratively and leveraging their potent body of collective knowledge and experience to stimulate one another’s creative output. Each year, the organization showcases a select group of the members’ creations in a series of exhibitions, house parties, and since 1995, an annual furniture auction.

Gary was invited to exhibit at the 2011 NHFMA Annual Auction, where he presented "Elliette".  He later joined the association in 2012, and exhibited "Elizabeth" and "Emily" at the annual auction event. Inspiration for the 2013 showcase is ongoing, and promises to be another new, exciting, and exclusive Armstrong piece available at the NHFMA annual auction.


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League of New Hampshire Craftsmen

The League of NH Craftsmen was founded in 1932, and is one of the oldest and most prestigious craft organizations in the country. The League was formed during the years of the Depression to help New Hampshire crafts people make a living through difficult financial times, through education and by building an audience and market for fine handmade craft. The League continues this mission today.

Gary is a juried member and will be attending and exhibiting at the Annual League of NH Craftsmen's Fair to be held at the Mount Sunapee Resort in the beautiful Dartmouth/Sunapee region of New Hampshire, August 2013.


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Mill House Antiques & Gardens

Mill House Antiques and Gardens was established in 1964 as a destination for fine antiques, it attracts international clientele of discriminating collectors and dealers who seek extraordinary quality and selection, expert and personalized service and the exacting craftsmanship of its workshop.

Specializing in 18th and 19th Century antiques, Mill House offers the largest collection of sideboards, Welsh dressers, chest of drawers, highboys, lowboys, desks and farm tables. Within the 17 showrooms, you will also discover a large selection of corner cupboards, tall case clocks, linen presses, objects d’art and accessories.

Mill House is also known for its line of fine, custom-made furniture. Whether you are in need of a dining table that seats four to twenty-four, a complete suite of chairs, or a handsome leather-top desk, Mill House Fine Period Furniture is traditionally crafted in England from the finest oak, walnut, yew and mahogany in the Chippendale, Sheraton, Queen Anne and Hepplewhite styles.

The "Elliette" clock showcased for six months during the 2012 winter/spring season.


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The Gallery at Frenchman's Bay

The Gallery at Frenchman's Bay specializes in fine art and hand crafted furniture, with a mixed display of glassware, pottery and other unique accessories for the home. A perfect place to display some of Maine's finest examples of art and custom designed furniture from craftsmen all over New England. The Gallery at Frenchman's Bay has become one of the most sought after Galleries on the Maine Coast by furniture and art collectors.


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Bill Truslow Photography

Bill Truslow Photography works with Gary to help him to capture the intricate detail, brilliance of color, and sharp lines of Gary's furniture pieces through high quality digital photography.  Bill is also credited with Gary's biography image.


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