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Woodworkers show to feature functional, artistic creations

Woodworker John Olenik of Milton puts final touches on a mahogany armoire that he built and will show at the Northeastern Woodworkers Association's 23rd annual Woodworkers Showcase next weekend.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Woodworker John Olenik of Milton puts final touches on a mahogany armoire that he built and will show at the Northeastern Woodworkers Association's 23rd annual Woodworkers Showcase next weekend.
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Two hundred years from now, John Olenik expects his mahogany armoire will attract attention during a futuristic auction. The armoire — “A fancy name for a dresser,” Olenik says — is built to last. It stands five feet tall, weighs about 250 pounds and has been designed with four horizontal drawers on the bottom — light brown — and two double-paneled doors with nearly identical “book-match” wood grain patterns — reddish brown — on top. ...


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