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Sunday, November 4, 2018

Deja Vu Art Fair

Saturday November 10 from 10-4, Willow by Greg Adams will exhibit handmade rustic willow furniture at the Commons in Columbus, Indiana.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Lapel village fair and Willow by Greg Adams 23rd open house

This Friday July 14 and Saturday July 15, I will host my annual open house from 9am to 8 pm each day.
I have reduced the price on pussywillow and corkscrew willow bunches. HALF PRICE !!!!! In addition, I have selected items of my handmade rustic willow furniture for price reduction.
I have arranged for Fiber Artist Savannah Norris to bring a selection of her art and of course my longtime buddy Joe Green will be on hand with his possible bags and walking sticks.
The Village Fair always brings a large crowd for the wonderful food and hometown atmosphere.
The Lapel Community Association will raffle  off several pieces of handmade rustic willow furniture that I have donated.

Monday, July 3, 2017

Gallery on the Square Danville

I took a new selection of my handmade rustic willow furniture to the Gallery on the square where I have had my work for several years. The volunteers who keep the gallery running are friends from the Talbots's street art fair and they do a wonderful job representing and selling my work and in fact they sold two pieces while I was unloading it. They have artfully arranged it to fit into the gallery space

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Finding The Urban Wild

I was honored to have one of my chairs accepted to the Finding the Urban Wild art exhibition to be held at the gallery of the Indiana Interchurch Center. The opening is June 29, 6:00-9:00. The exhibition features art that emphasizes the connection of art to nature.The Indiana Forest Alliance is the sponsor of this exhibit.It will run through the end of August and will be open during the normal hours of the Center's operation.

Friday, June 16, 2017

Makers Fair

I will set up a booth of my handmade rustic willow furniture on the east side of the Noblesville courthouse Saturday June 17. I will do a continuous demonstration of willow table inlay from 11-5. There will be a twenty other Makers demonstrating as well. On the west side of the courthouse St. Micheal's church will be selling strawberry shortcake as they have done for many years.

Monday, January 9, 2017

Welcome to Willow by Greg Adams

As a result of my appearance on Handcrafted America I am anticipating an interest in my creations. In these days of free shipping through Amazon, I regret that I cannot compete with free shipping. I have to pay to box and ship my products, which is quite reasonable for small to moderate sized items, but it is largely prohibitively expensive for large items such as chairs, loveseats and swings. These larger items CAN be shipped but shipping expense is determined by weight, volume and distance. Shipping can be estimated and I can provide you with a price to deliver any item.

My business has been largely local, with customers coming to my shop and picking out and taking items with them. I am able to provide delivery for larger items LOCALLY. Long distance shipping of large items usually becomes too expensive.

I do not accept credit cards, but I can accept checks.
My hope is that more local customers will visit my shop in Lapel and I will be able to ship small items to people throughout the country.

I can make any of my products to your dimensions, but it is far quicker to purchase what I have on hand.

During a normal week my shop is open 11-5 Wednesday through Saturday. You can see what I am working on if you visit, as my workshop is adjacent to my showroom.
My blog has a selection of Pages you can visit that detail different products.
I am available by phone at my shop at 765-534-3009 or my cell at 317-645-7149 (you can text to this number)
My email is

I look forward to meeting new people and accepting new challenges to complete your project.
Please browse through my Pages and my blog to see what I have to offer.


Wednesday, December 21, 2016

End of the year

The solstice always makes me think of the past year and the year to come. This pastyear has seen challenging projects that have moved me out of my comfort zone and they have been very successful.
I now have a trapezoidal walnut dining table for sale on display in my shop that I never would have dreamed of attempting.
In a month, I will be featured in a highly regarded National series Handcrafted America on January 20th at 9:30 pm. It remains to be seen if this will have an effect upon my commercial success.
Winter slows the number of visitors to my shop and I have been concentrating on using up some of the materials I have on hand to turn raw wood into finished works. I am right now working on small picture frames to use up plywood and birchbark.
I have been staying close to the fire these last few cold days.
I have completed a group of small spalted maple and walnut boxes from wood left over from a a harvest table I completed last year. I just finished a coffee table from wood left over from my first trapezoidal table that will be delivered before Christmas.