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Ross Colby

After more than 43 years of custom building pine furniture, Ross still enjoys creating new pieces. Function and beauty combined in each unique piece.

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STUDIO 12 > Details

4 Sandy Hook Rd., Uxbridge

905-852-3617

SHOWING WITH

Daniel Colby, Painter >
Bill Reddick, Ceramic Artist >

ARTIST WEBSITE

www.rosscolbyfurniture.com

ARTIST EMAIL

rcolby@powergate.ca

ARTIST'S STATEMENT

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Ross Colby has been hand-crafting pine furniture for over 44 years in his workshop at 4 Sandy Hook Road.

His aim has always been to make solid, lasting, well-crafted furniture for the general public. In a mass-produced, 'made in China' world, Ross's pine furniture stands apart for its hand-crafted quality, practicality and simple, timeless beauty. There is a warmth and an artisan’s touch evident in each piece he builds.

Specializing in custom work, Ross enjoys the relationships he builds with his clients, tailoring work to their needs, and taking satisfaction, at the end of the day, in a job well done. "That I love what I do is evident in my work."

Ross has been on the Uxbridge Studio Tour since day one. I think you would find a visit to my workshop and showrooms very interesting. "I look forward to seeing you on the 33sRd Uxbridge Studio Tour".

READ MORE ABOUT ROSS' WORK

Ross Colby - New Designs In Mid-Century & Contemporary Styles

Over a span of 45 years Ross Colby has built hundreds of early Canadian style pine furniture pieces. Now Ross has discovered a new passion for contemporary, mid-century modern and retro 1950's & 1960"s designs.

Ross Colby's studio is a beautiful workshop filled with the tools of his trade paired with a charming furniture  showroom filled with Ross's high quality handmade designs. For details on where Ross Colby's studio is located, and his list of guest artists for this year's tour visit his Studio Page. To explore more of Ross Colby's artwork visit his website rosscolbyfurniture.com.

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