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post #1 of 5 Old 11-29-2011, 10:32 AM Thread Starter
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I just got into woodworking talk, I own The Mosaic Art Gallery at 24 N. Spring St. Sparta, TN. 38583 I'm a creative artist who use's wood, not a paintbrush and paint and found my own style of woodworking but it took me 5 years. I found that copying George Nakashima wasn't working for me so I got away from that. That's all for now
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I just got into woodworking talk, I own The Mosaic Art Gallery at 24 N. Spring St. Sparta, TN. 38583 I'm a creative artist who use's wood, not a paintbrush and paint and found my own style of woodworking but it took me 5 years. I found that copying George Nakashima wasn't working for me so I got away from that. That's all for now
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I'll never understand why people throw wood away but save rubber bands and paper clips
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Anyone who wants to learn about joinery look up Japanese Joinery it will make American Joinery look like kids play.
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