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    Default Last vending for the year

    Did our last show for the year it was indoors I usually use our rustic trailer.

    The shopbot was used on the live edge furniture cutting the mortises and tenons and for surfacing the larger cherry table, the rest was chainsaw carved.

    The picture with them crowded together is my dehumidifier kiln it comes in really handy.








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    Nice Brian, Especially like the Mama and baby owls in first pic! At first glance I thought they supported that end of the table, and thought "THAT'S Cool!!"
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    I did make a bench that had owls on each end supporting it last year at the fair, it was one of the first things to sell. Have to make more

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    nothing but TALENT on display there.... excellent!
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    supper good, wish I had that talent. You could make a killing if you were in the American Made Show.
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    Brian, Your "Green" "Bird" Man faces would also be a really neat item carved into a bark slab face! Add shoulders to them and they would really have a reason to go "OOOH" supporting a table
    It's the extras that make you such a good artist.
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    Wow.....you sure know how to weild a chainsaw!!

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    Brian it looks great do you promote your cabinet work at these fairs?

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    Kevin I bring a portfolio book with me, most of the larger jobs are from references I have not gotten any big projects from shows besides stores wanting to wholesale. I may get enough inventory over the winter to do that unless I get some bigger projects, though I like some time off to do my own work.

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