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    Today Tina and I both had Doctors appointments. My appointment was first at the V.A. Hospital and Tina's was 2nd at U.K. We parked in the VA parking Garage. After My appointment we walked over to UK. and On our way back we found this great art work. if anyone knows where I can buy this Pattern or get a copy I would love to make one for our new building. This is totally wood...

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    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS IS A LABORER.
    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS AND HEAD IS A CRAFTSMAN.
    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS, HIS HEAD AND HIS HEART IS AN ARTIST.
    ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI

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    Looks like an original creation to me. IMHO an adaptation of style would be complementary to the creator but a copy would be less than appropriate.
    It is one heck of a piece of work!

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    Was talking about a copy of the original drawing or blue print of the pattern not a new drawing of it. not to copy his work to buy a copy of the pattern
    Quote Originally Posted by bleeth View Post
    Looks like an original creation to me. IMHO an adaptation of style would be complementary to the creator but a copy would be less than appropriate.
    It is one heck of a piece of work!
    www.tgdesigns.net
    eking1953@yahoo.com

    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS IS A LABORER.
    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS AND HEAD IS A CRAFTSMAN.
    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS, HIS HEAD AND HIS HEART IS AN ARTIST.
    ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI

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    The artist probably signed that piece of artwork Gene. Did you look at it closely for a signature? The artist should be the only one deciding to sell or not.

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    no signature anyplace. I agrree but it also could be one done by an intrashia artist..
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    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS IS A LABORER.
    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS AND HEAD IS A CRAFTSMAN.
    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS, HIS HEAD AND HIS HEART IS AN ARTIST.
    ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI

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    Here is a message I got. It is called intarsia and there are many patterns available if you google...here is one link http://www.kathywise.com/
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    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS IS A LABORER.
    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS AND HEAD IS A CRAFTSMAN.
    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS, HIS HEAD AND HIS HEART IS AN ARTIST.
    ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI

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    Judy Gales Roberts sort of brought Intarsia to the fore front years ago. I did several basic things back in the day. Probably still have one of her books or patterns around somewhere https://intarsia.com/pages/test-how-it-started

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