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    So I found a piece of Poplar that had such neat colors in it from white to deep purple and decided it would be great background piece for an intarsia sunset/sunrise. I taped a piece of white poplar to it and free hand sawed the sky meeting the river and the mountains along the river. Got them sanded a bit and then turned it upside down....an alien planet with 2 moons appeared. So which is it? Sunrise.....or alien planet?? Imagination is such a wonderful thing!
    I have not quite finished this project yet. Its not even glued together yet...just thought I'd share.

    Thanks for looking! Tammy
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    My first thought was they resemble bubbles in a stream. Anyway it is a beautiful piece of art.

    jerry

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    • #3
      I agree with the bubbles. I see bubbles like looking around a coral reef.
      Have a great day..Teddy

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      • #4
        Great piece of wood and you did a nice job with it.
        "Still Montana Mike"

        "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
        Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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