Artist Daniel Mack has been creating rustic work for more than 30 years, making furniture, architectural and garden structures, and small, simple objects. He is widely known for his signature chairs crafted out of natural materials and personal artifacts. His rustic creations appear in many private and museum collections.
Mack regularly teaches workshops on rustic work and creativity. He has written seven books on rustic work, including the popular Making Rustic Furniture, Rustic Furniture Workshop, The Art of Rustic Furniture, and Rustic Garden Furniture & Accessories (with Thomas Stender) and also writes about finding the sacred in the ordinary. He is a founding member of The Seligmann Center in Sugar Loaf, New York, and also an active member of the local Sugar Loaf community.
Mack has been researching and teaching about the spiritual importance of creativity for more than 25 years, including techniques to make life more meaningful through the creation of objects.