Gordon Fowler, whose background includes carpentry and a degree in microbiology from University of Tennessee, studied at Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts and the Kentucky School of Craft.
Dogwood Arts Regional Fine Arts Exhibition, 2005, 2016
Arts and Culture Alliance Arts in the Airtport, 2016
Arts and Culture Alliance National Juried Exhibition, 2017
Master Woodworker’s Show, 2017
Featured Artist City View Magazine, 2017
Best in Show, Mountain Makins, Morristown, TN, 2018
Gordon has been turning wood since 2002, creating pleasing shapes with an eye on form and proportion. "I love the symmetry and symbolism of circles and am inspired by the patterns and contrasts found in nature," he says.
With his three children now grown, this full-time stay-at-home dad spends his time in the kitchen, tending to the chickens, volunteering, and at the lathe, where he enjoys creating works from recycled logs that would otherwise have gone into someone's fireplace or the landfill.