Green Mountain Woodturning & Furniture Making
Janet A. Collins, Woodturner/Furniture Maker
Woodturning has long been a passion of mine. I first learned woodturning as a student in the furniture making program at North Bennet Street School in Boston in the mid 1990's. My woodworking career since has focused on custom furniture making and teaching furniture making and woodturning.
Currently, I teach woodworking full-time at the Student Woodshop at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH.
These days, I do more woodturning than custom furniture making, something I feel is a natural progression in my work as an artisan.
In my woodturning, I strive to achieve a form that is beautiful to the eye and the hand. A goal of mine in creating any piece is to use the form to accentuate the grain of the wood. I create pieces that are meant to be used and handled
Member of American Association of Woodturners, Twin State Woodturners, Northern Vermont Woodturners and Granite State Woodturners.
Twin State Woodturning meeting. Photo by Joe Marshall.
Carving a Ball & Claw foot for tall post bed
To see what items are available and to purchase, please visit my Etsy shop at