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Leah Woods · Spring Pentaculum CoordinatorWood

Leah Woods

Leah Woods is an artist working primarily with wood building functional and non-functional objects. Having received her MFA in Woodworking and Furniture Design from Rochester Institute of Technology in 2000, she designed and built one-of-a-kind furniture before transitioning to explore conceptual and sculptural objects. Over the years, she has built several bodies of work including: A Personal Wardrobe-Cabinets investigating clothing and the female form, Footloose- A Series of Cabinets for High-Heeled Shoes, Structure- An investigation of Mannequins and Dress Forms, and most recently, Navigation- An exploration of autobiographical maps. Leah is also an Associate Professor of Art at University of New Hampshire where she teaches woodworking and furniture design as well as one of the lead instructors teaching woodworking at the New Hampshire Correctional Facility for Women.
Leah Kathleen Woods (leahkwoods.com)  ·  Instagram: @leahkathleenwoods

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