Members Websites/Services

Below is a listing of members who provide woodworking services, make works of art out of wood or simply have their own website related to woodworking.

Vic Barr Vic is a St. Louis-based artist and owner of Matanda Wood Creations.  Vic has made pen and pencil sets out of some pretty interesting pieces of wood and also creates unique humidors, jewelry chests, clocks and other pieces upon request. Vic is active in several area artist guilds and organizations.
Phil Haskins Phil has been handcrafting custom furniture for over 30 years. Wine cellars, office furniture, bookcases, kitchens, and dining room furniture make up the main focus of Haskins Custom Woodworking, LLC.
Mark Koritz As past president of the Guild, Mark is no stranger to traditional woodworking.  Recenly, Mark has ventured into the area of 'wood art'.  Visit Mark Koritz Art to see some of Mark's work and find upcoming art shows featuring Mark's creations.
Jeff Morgan Jeff is the owner of Morgan House Wood Projects. His company specializes in handmade hardwood flag displays, shadow boxes, coin displays and other types of custom displays.
Glenn Phillips Glen retired from corporate America and discovered he now had enough time to endulge his hobby of woodworking and "stay out of his wife's hair". Checkout Glenn's website to see what he has been doing in his spare time.
Cecil Robertson Cecil specializes in continuous arm Windsor chairs and settees. Classes available on making Windsor chairs.  Cecil also conducted a demonstration of making these chairs in a two-part series at our Guild meeting. Visit Cecil's website to learn more about how to make the chairs and to view some of his other work.
Ethan Sincox As former editor of, and contributor to, our monthly newsletter, Ethan has a gift with words. Checkout his blog thekiltedwoodworker to delve deeper into "One man's journey into the freeing of his creative mind… while wearing a kilt."
Don Snyder Don has created a vast assortment of items out of wood. Many of his works feature inlay or mixed media. He has more recently taken an interest in sundials. Visit Don's website to view photos of his woodworking and sundials.
Scott Wunder Scott is another past president of the guild. As the owner of WunderWoods, Scott builds wine cellars, built-ins and furniture from local woods. Scott's buiness is vertically integrated in that he turns logs into lumber which is then transformed into finished product. Learn more about WunderWoods and read some of Scott's blog posts.

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