Front Page News
January 2, 2013
Furniture Craftsman Phillip Eisenmann Is Artist In The
See this Tiger Kitchen table at the Gilmanton Year-Round Library
during January and February when the work of furniture craftsman
Phillip Eisenmann will be featured as “Artist in the Library.” Meet
the artist at a reception on Saturday, January 5, 1:30 to 3 pm.
The furniture crafting skill of Gilmanton resident Phillip Eisenmann
will be featured at the Gilmanton Year-Round Library during January
and February. A reception for the artist is scheduled
for Saturday afternoon, January 5, from 1:30 to 3:00 pm.
One of the pieces on display will be available for bidding as an
item in the silent auction to be held at the annual Library
Icebreaker evening on February 16. A visit to the Library will
allow you to submit your bid ahead of time.
Phillip Eisenmann has been designing and building custom furniture
and cabinetry for more than 10 years. After graduating from the
University of New Hampshire in 1995, Phil returned home to his
native southern Ohio where he began working with a small finish
carpentry crew and later a small custom furniture and cabinetmaking
company. In 2000, after returning to New England, Phil launched
Eisenmann Woodworking in his new home town of Gilmanton, to continue
building and designing custom furniture and cabinetry based on
traditional designs, but with the practicality of today’s needs and
Eisenmann Woodworking specializes in heirloom quality Early American
and Shaker style casework and furniture, but the portfolio includes
custom designs ranging from Adirondack (Camp) Furniture, to Arts and
Craft Styles, to Contemporary Designs. Being a small shop, Eisenmann
Woodworking takes great pride in working intimately with clients on
every aspect of their commission, whether it is a single Tavern
Table or an entire Kitchen.