Maintaining Nature's Beauty through Precision Woodturning
Throughout his professional career, Craig has won top awards in the most prestigious art fairs across the country and his work has been featured in museums, collections, national magazine articles and art books. Some of his most prestigious honors have included; ?Best of Show -- Wood? five separate years at the Uptown Art Fair in Minneapolis, ?Best of Show -- Wood? three consecutive years at Fiesta, Laguna Gloria Art Museum in Austin, TX, and ?Best Turning? three years at the Minnesota Woodworkers Guild Show.
Many galleries throughout the country have featured Craig's work, including the Rochester Art Center in Rochester, Minnesota and Del Mano Gallery in Los Angeles, California. His work is also in the permanent collections of the Minnesota Historical Society, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the residence of The United States Ambassador to NATO, Brussels, Belgium, Yale University Art Gallery and the David and Ruth Waterbury collection. Craig's work has been featured in many publications, most notably the books Contemporary Turned Wood, by Leier, Peters & Wallace, and The Fine Art of Small Scale Woodturning, by William Duce.
Craig resides with his wife and three children in Lino Lakes, Minnesota where he maintains his woodturning studio. To warm-up each day, Craig turns toy-spinning tops and has produced over 100,000 to date.
Craig Lossing, Lino Lakes, MN
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