Christopher Kurtz

Refining his woodworking skills as Martin Puryear’s assistant, Kurtz opened his own studio in the Hudson Valley in 2005. Informed by a background in both art and landscape architecture, his signature furniture and sculptural forms have garnered numerous grants and awards.

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Singularity
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Allonge (Small)
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Black Hole Bench 60119
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Daybed
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Mask
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The Saddle
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Writing Desk
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Double Swing
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Morimoto Nesting Tables
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Park Ave Dining Table
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Pearl Cabinet
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Willa's Chair
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Skipping Stone Table with Bronze Top
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Broken Ovals
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Meridian 1202
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Ascender
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Flowers 16
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Table #14
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Bench
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2Cabezas
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Spill and Catch
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Bicho31
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Stolid
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Greater Than (Necklace)
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