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Old 05-12-2018, 10:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I'm showing at the local art guild spring art show... Just finished this piece in time for the show and it won....
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First place, congrats, what is the wood used and finish.

Great job.
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Great work!!!

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First place, congrats, what is the wood used and finish.

Great job.
The wood is Norfolk Island Pine and finish is sanding sealer and wipe on poly. It's about 10 1/2 inches tall and about 7" diameter... volume (If i'm correct on calculation is about 85 cu.in.
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That is beautiful, Chuck. Explains why you are not here at the market today. See you next week.
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Wow thats a gorgeous piece of work!
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Congratulations! Very nice piece.
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Same as the judge, I thought it was ceramic at first glance. Beautiful work!
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Congratulations. It is beautiful.
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You earned or should I say urned the blue ribbon.

I can't help but see a face in that vessel. I sure hope the occupant won't be watching from in there.
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