A native of Houston, TX, Clark Kellogg has been interested in woodworking and furniture making since he was 14, when he and his father started building small projects in the family garage. Kellogg holds a BA in Studio Arts from University of Virginia, where he concentrated on printmaking. He is formally trained as a furniture maker, graduating from both the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship’s Nine-Month Comprehensive program and the College of the Redwoods esteemed Fine Woodworking Program. He has exhibited on all three coasts, and his work has been featured in Fine Woodworking magazine.
Kellogg currently focuses on one-off, functional pieces. “For me it is less about the design of an object than what that object needs to be doing,” he says. “I love making small, quiet pieces that solve one problem really well, rather than a piece that tries to be everything for everyone.”