Bud Nadeau

Woodworking

My interest in woodworking began at age 8 when my great uncle gave me a set of turn of the century hand tools in the late 1950s.  I got a hammer, hand saw, screw driver, egg beater drill, a square and a few wrenches which piqued this young boy’s interest.  Thank you, Uncle Ed!

I started out by building my mother a cutting board and assorted wooden boxes so she could keep her spices and what-nots organized.  During my early teens I worked with my Dad in the summer building bowling alleys, and from there went on to building homes.  I eventually moved to Arizona and refined my woodworking skills building trade show exhibits, executive furniture, interiors for museums and high end displays for major companies throughout the world.  I returned to my roots in Chester, Vermont and now work with only the finest native grown hardwoods from my local area.  I prefer working with figured woods like curly maple, flame birch and curly cherry.

My woodworking skills have all been self-taught with no formal training and can all be attributed to that little boy receiving some well used tools.

Bud Nadeau
Furniture Maker

118 Lower Bartonsville Rd.
Chester, VT 05143
 
802-875-2731
circecalls@vermontel.net

 

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