After a long absence, Sept 7th open event @ NHIA

I know, it has been a good year since I posted, and I have been meaning to get back, but life has intervened. Indeed, the unfolding dramas in Washington DC have taken up much more of my time and attention than I would have liked, but that aside, I want to invite all of my friends and followers to see my latest work on

Friday, September 7, 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Roger Williams Gallery at the New Hampshire Institute of Art\
77 Amherst Street, Manchester, NH.

No photos here until after the event, to pique your interest.  But I can tell you that the legs are gilded in platinum.

But how about a photo of a desk for a client in Boston?

“Flowing Desk” by Richard Oedel – Ebonized Mahogany, leather, custom cast nickel feet.

In the intervening year, I’ve been focused on several projects that I can share with some of you, and will be introducing those over the next month or so in these postings, so watch this space for updates and photos.

But back to Friday – the event at the NH Institute of Art is all about the collaboration between artists and disciplines.  We have selected several students to react to pieces the Furniture Masters have made, and have reached out to a dance collective to work with our pieces as they have done once before.

I hope you can join us.  And I am looking forward to being in contact with all of you on a more consistent basis going forward.

Co-chair, Furniture Masters