About GP Fine Craftory

 Contact us at GPFineCraftory@gmail.com

Greg & Pamela Feldman-Hill

G & P Fine Craftory is the husband and wife collaboration between Greg and Pamela Feldman-Hill. We've been married 36 years (‼) and have a daughter, a soon-to-be son-in-law, and 2 cats. We live in central Ohio, and we have always been “makers.” We love to create, and hope that you will love our items as much as we love making them.

Hey there! I'm Greg

 Greg Feldman-Hill

I am an ex-IT Manager (and an ex-ex-computer programmer) who took up woodworking as a hobby in 2017. Over this time, I've built up quite a woodshop and honed my skills. When I found myself unemployed (covid, downsizing, etc.), I decided to take advantage of the opportunity to pursue woodworking full time, first through word-of-mouth, and now through G&P Fine Craftory, along with my wife Pamela.

As you can see on this site, I make cutting boards, charcuterie boards, serving trays and coasters. But that's not all! I also build custom items to order, such as bookshelves, blanket (hope) chests, step stools, mangers (creche), birdhouses, and... I refinish furniture, such as dining room table tops. You can see samples of all these things by [clicking here].
At present, everything I make is individually hand-made... perhaps with a little help from my CNC machine.

When I'm not woodworking or working on the G&P Fine Craftory site, I like reading, watching a little TV (sci-fi mostly), and playing a few different computer games such as Minecraft and No Man's Sky. Oh, and I make a mean chocolate chip cookie!

Greg Feldman-Hill

About Pamela:

I am a professional artist, having received a BFA and MA in Printmaking from The Ohio State University. I have been honored to create Ketubot (Jewish wedding artworks) for couples around the world for over 40 years, with Hebrew and Aramaic calligraphy surrounded by ornamental, decorative patterns. I also represent several other artists and you can view these artworks here: [www.Feldman-Hill.com]

Pamela Feldman-Hill, artist

To stay creative in my studio between wedding commissions, I began painting on ceramics in 2015, utilizing my knowledge of ornamental patterns and decorative arts from around the world. Using dots to create patterns and shapes has become my meditation. Sitting next to the large window in my studio, watching the neighborhood walkers and feeling the warmth of sunshine as I create bright and whimsical shapes is my guilty pleasure. Working on ceramics has given me the opportunity to see my art bringing beauty into the daily lives of my family and friends. I am thrilled to be partnering with my hubby in bringing these works to a larger audience.
Pamela Feldman-Hill, artist

You can view my other paintings and prints here:  [www.feldman-hill.com]