Armed with a tool chest of traditional tools from his Hungarian homeland, skills honed by years of apprenticeship under his father and a burning desire to build furniture, Frank Klausz immigrated to the United States back in 1969.
Since then, his legend has grown. An eager instructor, Frank is quick to point out how woodworkers can master the craft with practice, basic tools and know-how. His work graces the New Jersey state house, numerous private collections and museums. And, he accomplishes much of the work on his projects using classic European style hand tools.
At his website, you can read more about where Frank is teaching, the books he has written and a little about the philosophy of this very talented woodworker.