|WORK EXPERIENCE |
2004, 2005, 2010 Taught woodworking at Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program.
1974 - Present Woodworker / Teacher
1985 - 1998 Taught woodworking and furniture design in Smith College’s Art Department.
Designed and built fine contemporary furniture.
1982 - 1984 Functioned as Graduate Assistant in Rochester Institute of Technology’s Furniture
Design/Woodworking Program. Co-taught wood elective classes.
1974 - 1982 Operated a woodworking business designing and building custom and limited edition
furniture, craft items, and cabinets.
Masters of Fine Arts Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) 1984 in Furniture Design/Woodworking
B.A. in English State University of New York at Albany 1972
Additional Studies Smith College Department of Education
Industrial Design - Massachusetts College of Art
Sculpture - The Museum School
EXHIBITIONS / GALLERIES
|Brookline Arts Center "Contemporary Crafts" (Brookline, MA) 2017
Salmon Falls Artisans Showroom "New Wooden Vessels by Edward Jacob" (Shelburne Falls, MA) 2012
Don Muller Gallery (Northampton, MA) 1985 - Present
Salmon Falls Artisans Showroom (Shelburne Falls, MA) 2009-Present
Paradise City Fairs (Marlboro, MA) 2010, 2012 (Northampton, MA) 2015
Worcester Center for Crafts (Worcester, MA) 2003 - Present
Berkshire Craft Fair (Great Barrington, MA) 2010 - Special Recognition Award
Creative Arts Workshop (New Haven, CT) 2010, 2012, 2014
Harbor Square Gallery (Rockland, ME) 2003 - 2013
Guilford Art Center “Artistry” (Guilford, CT) 2002 - 2007
Brookfield Craft Center “Holiday Sale” (Brookfield, CT) 2002 - 2007, 2015, 2016
New City Art “Would / Wood” (Easthampton, MA) 2003
Concord Art Association “New American Crafts” (Concord, MA) 2002
Ferrin Gallery “Contemporary Clocks and Treasure Boxes” (Northampton, MA) 1991
Carlyn Gallery “Wood Invitational” (New York, NY) 1986
Hillyer Gallery “Four Woodworkers Design For Living” Smith College (Northampton, MA) 1985