Call for Artists, Making Money at Juried Art Fairs, Craft Shows and Festivals
Opening his studio in 1982, Jay McDougall's early years were spent designing and building original pieces of furniture. His sculpted wall pieces and vessels are the distillation of a career spent pursuing economy of line and form. Carved exclusively from Minnesota hardwoods the sensuous shapes call forth the rolling curves that flow as easily as the undulating hills around Fergus Falls, MN, where he lives and works, collecting logs and transforming them into cherished collectables.
A writer for Fine Woodworking Magazine, Jay also has garnered numerous national awards for excellence in his field and was selected as a 2008 McKnight Foundation Fellowship recipient. Today's discriminating contemporary craft collectors can find Jay's work in the nation's most prestigious venues for acquisition. Read more here.
This month find Jay and his fine woodworking in LaQuinta, CA, at the LaQuinta Arts Festival, March 8-11.