Aurelio Bolognesi is a Graduate of the "Centro Scolastico per le
Industrie Artistiche," a design school in Lugano, Switzerland. Aurelio
worked as a designer in Paris, the Caribbean, and New York before establishing
his studio in Hardwick, Massachusetts.
Aurelio, who goes by the nick name Bolo designs and builds elegant one-of-a-kind
furniture suitable for any interior. He uses time-proven traditional joinery,
with integrity and without compromises…
“Furniture you will love to see and touch; tomorrow's antiques”.
Member of the New Hampshire Furniture Masters Association
Besides being part of some important private collections, in particular the Hilda Fleisher, Liz and Jerry Reilly, Mary and Theodore Shasta, and David Tatlock collections, Bolo's work has been shown in several galleries and at the Currier Museum of Fine Art, the Portsmouth Museum of Fine Art, and Paradise City Art festivals.