Donald Lee Woida lives and works in the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania, where life centers on rural occupations and small town businesses. Among farmers, herdsmen, miners, timbermen, nurses, teachers, and shopkeepers, Woida has carved out his living as an artisan.
Taught the craft of making bent-wood furniture by his grandfather nearly forty years ago, Woida has expanded his products from rustic rockers to a variety of items including chairs, stools, occasional tables, walking sticks, and settees created from hickory branches and oak slats he finds in the Allegheny Mountains of Somerset County.
Although he does not make these objects on a large scale, Woida strives to create objects that he and others can enjoy.
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