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Philip Andrews designs and crafts country style wood furniture built with traditional woodworking methods of the 18th and 19th century; including hand planning, hand-cut dovetails, mortise and tenon joints, hand sanding and hand painting or staining. His Furniture is made in either cherry, walnut, tiger maple, oak, or pine. Philip Andrews also creates unique free form furniture pieces in walnut or walnut with tiger maple accents.
During his career, Andrews has custom designed and crafted farm tables, cupboards, sideboards, desks, coffee tables, pencil post beds, side tables, night stands and hutches.
Philip Andrews. Painted by Stewart Wavell-Smith.
Education and Training
Palisades High School shop class under Industrial Arts teacher Chester Burgey
Learned from father and uncle who were both carpenters, mill wrights, and cabinet makers
Influences and Colleagues
Andrew's influences include Robert Whitley, Howard Szmolk, John Schrantz, and William McCreary.
Connection to Bucks County
In 1959, Phil Andrews started his own workshop in Upper Black Eddy when he was 16 years old. After returning home from the Army, he lived in Kintnersville, Pennsylvana, from 1968 to 2001. During this time, he owned his furniture workshop and showroom where he built custom furniture for his customers.