Lake Worth, Florida, November 01, 2017, Great news for the design community as news of the new partnership between Friedman Brothers and Russian born wood carver Alexander Grabovetskiy was made public. This is a match made in heaven as Friedman Brothers is an established creator of custom handcrafted decorative wall art and Alexander Grabovetskiy is an award winning wood carver with old world skills. Friedman Brothers has been around since 1903, and their outstanding creations have graced the halls of some of the most prestigious locations around the World, including the halls of The Vatican and The White House. From private residences to World-class hotels, interior designers use Friedman products to enhance the prestige and elegance of their projects.
This new partnership will make available to the general public items that are usually only available through agents. The new creations will stand out in any environment and are sure to be in demand. Friedman Brothers is proud that their products are Made In The U.S.A., and use traditional 18th Century production techniques that are not found elsewhere. The company has been family owned and operated for over 100 years, spending much of that history perfecting the art of Decorative Mirrors, Consoles, Sconces, Brackets, Cornices, Window Treatments and more. Friedman Brothers was founded by two brothers who emigrated from England in 1903. They brought with them an outstanding talent for old-world elegant design and the skilled crafts of wood carving and finishing, with special emphasis on Old World gold leafing.
Alexander Grabovetskiy was born in the Russian town of Dimitrovgrad. His grandfather taught him basic wood carving techniques at six-years old, and at 16 he was taken on as an apprentice by renowned carver Vladimir Tokarev. In 1996, he immigrated to the United States together with his wife Nadia and their 10-month-old son. Alex was recognized as the 2012 International Wood Carver of The Year, and his piece – Wall Decoration, was awarded first place. His work utilizes the same approaches used for centuries by master wood carvers, including techniques employed by Grinling Gibbons. In 2015 Alexander Grabovetskiy was Editors’ Choice to be Awarded with Woodworking Excellence in category: Turnings, Carvings & Objets d’Art, by Popular Woodworking Magazine.
For complete information, please visit: The Alexander Grabovetskiy Wood Carving School
Company Name: Alexander Grabovetskiy
Contact Person: Media Relations
Phone: (561) 235-0721
City: Lake Worth
Country: United States