Member Showcase

The following is a list of our professional members and the type of work they do.

If you are interested in discussing a project with one of our members, please use the contact information listed below to get in touch with them.

Musical Instrument Restoration and Conservation

Stephen Bacon came to Ashland, Oregon, in 1979 to perform with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival Green Show musicians. He fell in love with Southern Oregon and came back, making recorders for a number of years before his previous work in restoration came to fruition in the form of a string instrument repair business. He has owned Bellwood Violin for over twenty years with great joy and success.

Stephen Bacon:  541-482-1436         

Tom Phillips Woodworks
Tom Phillips Woodworks is a small shop dedicated to providing quality built custom furniture for homes and offices. Designing pieces that match existing decor, solve unusual spatial situations, and/or create a special relationship between beautiful woods, daily functions, and people. Every project is an opportunity to evaluate your style preferences, site requirements, and budget range to determine the right combination of techniques and materials.
Tom Phillips: 541-482-4829          

Fine Custom Wood Furniture

In 1999, I moved to Etna, a small town in Northern California, and joined the Siskiyou Woodcraft Guild, where I have enjoyed the company of the other woodworkers and attend wood shows in Ashland, OR. In 2004, I entered some pieces in my first big show, Portland’s Best of the Northwest. To my amazement, I won the Best of Show and a Peer Award for my Demilune Table and received requests to teach classes for the Guild of Oregon Woodworkers.

Don DeDobbeleer: 530-467-3922

Woodchuck Cabinet Shop 

Steve Isser designs and builds custom cabinets for residences.  Kitchens, TV and Stereo cabinets bookcases and vanities.  Detailed and careful work, problem solving and good communication.

Steve Isser: 541-482-1370  

Russell BeebeeRussell Beebe – Working in Wood

In the Summer of 2003, Russell Beebe was commissioned by Lloyd Matthew Haines to create a 20 foot sculpture from a standing dead White Oak Tree. “At first glance, the big tree gave me an indication of how my design would evolve, from the juncture of the first large branch down to the base. The very uniform trunk offered freedom to create while the divergence of the branch above would dictate form. This and Mr. Haines’ desire that the sculpture honor the Tree, our Wildlife and the Native Peoples who once lived in the area gave me the spectrum to create.”

Russell also builds fine furniture, does repair/restoration and teaches wood carving.  Russell was trained in Chinese furniture building by master Jeng Yee in Bangkok

Russell Beebee:  541-535-6822
email: (note, this is a new site URL)

Roger Butterfield
Roger Butterfield – Specializing in Custom Carved Fireplace Mantels
Roger learned to whittle at his grandfather’s knee.  He foundRoger Butterfield: 541-840-2055

Mary Burgess – Inspired Folk Art

Beautiful organic forms of local hardwoods inspired by nature.

Mary Burgess: 541-855-1531

Willie Wolf – Fine Craftsmanship

Beautiful handcrafted furniture and custom woodwork.

Willie Wolf: 541-482-3400

Herbert Harris IIISitting Duck Fine Furniture
I build custom furniture with an interest in chairs and seating. I make reproductions as well as build to a customer’s inspiration. More information about myself and my work, as well as a blog on my latest project, can be found on my website.
Herbert Edwin Harris III: 541-227-1873

Turn of the Century Fine ArtsTurn of the Century Fine Arts
Furniture and Sculpture
Lewis Meyers Jr.

As a sculptor who taught himself to make furniture, I am inspired by the wood itself, and the Journey finding it. Using native northwest lumber milled mostly by individuals,  I build furniture and sculpture that best suits the material.

Lewis Meyers Jr.  510-599-7035

Terrebonne, Oregon

Please visit my website:

Tony ScolaroTony Scolaro

I specialize in wood furniture and accessories that work well in bungalows and other arts and crafts era homes. Like many of my customers, I believe our purpose is to ennoble our lives and make our world better by creating and surrounding ourselves with things we know to be beautiful. I want to help you achieve your decorative arts goals faster than you would in the absence of my help. Please call and see if we can build something that is just right for you.

Let us care, celebrate beauty, and make a difference so that at the end of the day we can enter our house justified.

Tony Scolaro: 541- 582-2610

Wayne TarrisWayne Tarris

Featuring custom-made wood designs for the home, made from locally sourced Oregon hardwoods.  Popular gift items include custom-made playing card boxes, cribbage boards, rocking chairs, and wine bottle & glass caddies, to name a few.  We also feature kitchen specialty items such as Sheffield Steak Knives with beautiful manzanita handles, kitchen step stools and the Alaskan ULU knife with chopping board or bowl.  Are you a craftsman?…  Would you like to build it yourself?… Woodworking plans are available for most items on our website.  Thank you for your interest in our products. 

Wayne Tarris: 541-535-1234

Dev Klarer and sonDev Klarer –Dances With Woods Woodcraft

I moved to Ashland in 2014 after a tour in the U.S. Peace Corps. I grew up in Kentucky learning woodcraft from a master woodworker who happened to be my dad. I have dabbled in many areas of woodwork including: bows and arrows, custom beehives, small furniture, and boxes. 

As of this writing, my obsession in the wood world is with intricate geometric shapes and patterns and optical illusions (what you might label a form of parquetry). My aim is to make some of the most visually stunning cutting boards and wood wall hangings you will ever see! I hope you will check out my website!
Dev Klarer


Cloudnine Woodcraft LLC

Jeffrey Behrends is the owner of Cloudnine Woodcraft LLC, specializing in Traditional Style Gypsy Wagons and Custom Woodworking. His favorite projects are those that start with an inspired Dream, which he then figures out how to bring to Reality, and his specialization is blending the Practical and the Aesthetic. Traditional Style Gypsy Wagons are a great example of these qualities, creating transportable, artistically unique, and comfortable living structures, custom built according to a customer’s needs and dreams. He has been a licensed general contractor since 2006. For examples of projects and more information, see his website. 

Richard Calhoun – Lathe Art

I retired 11 years ago. I make my wife happy by disappearing into my woodshop cave. I don’t think she liked me rearranging the kitchen cupboards? Anyway, my passion is creating round wood art using local Oregon madrone burl mostly. I attempt to let the wood tell me what it wants to become.

Richard Calhoun   541-261-3689
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