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Found 17 results

  1. John Morris

    Equisite Rot and Spalted Wood

    While perusing the wide world web tonight, forever in search of factual based data for our wiki, I stumbled across The Public Domain Review, a great resource for information and research, one of the articles I came across was this very interesting history of Intarsia. Just thought I'd share it here. https://publicdomainreview.org/2018/05/16/exquisite-rot-spalted-wood-and-the-lost-art-of-intarsia/
  2. My wife and I found ourselves in Tennessee, so I had to visit Judy Gale Roberts’ studio in Seymour, TN. Judy is an Intarsia artesian. Her work is very beautiful. Unfortunately, Judy was out of town the day I visited, but her office manager was available to answer many questions. Judy teaches classes, makes guest appearances, makes commissioned work, and puts out approx. four new patterns a year. She is looking for ways to be less busy, but the demand for work makes it difficult. I had a great time seeing her studio. If you plan to see her studio, leave the RV at home. The roads are narrow, and the driveway is very steep. Danl
  3. Wayne Ellington

    Intarsia Question

    i have done some Scroll sawing in the past but mostly fret works. Been interested in trying my hand on Intrasia for years. Have read up on some but sort of get little confused on the process. How do you cut out each pieces to fit if the pieces are a different shade or color? And how do most sand their pieces? Wayne
  4. Lissa Hall

    new addition to library

    The wizard I would love to take credit for but it was made by my Uncle who does intarsia and got me started i n woodworking.
  5. Smallpatch

    clown

    From the album: clown

    Picture taken from internet
  6. Ron Altier

    Puff and the idiot

    A few years ago Karen made a fairy garden in our back yard. I made her some wooden things like mushrooms, frogs and a dragon. She has been unable to do it this year due to knee surgery. We discovered that the idiot that made Puff the magic dragon didn't use waterproof glue. So today I fixed him and gave him a paint job.
  7. Ron Altier

    Finished the set

    I finished the two pictures set for my daughter's birthday. Made them different sizes on purpose. I think she will like them. If she don't, I won't have any prob getting rid of them,
  8. Mike Mathieu

    Monticello Intarsia

    From the album: Intarsia Art by Mike Mathieu

    The Home of Thomas Jefferson. This Intarsia has 800 pieces from 17 different woods. 24" x 30" cherry frame
  9. Mike Mathieu

    Pet Urn Intarsia

    From the album: Intarsia Art by Mike Mathieu

    I just finished this pet urn for a client in memory of “Bubz†the dog. The urn is made from antique mahogany and measures 8†x 8†x 4†and has a removable bottom cover. The Intarsia consists of 45 pieces from 9 different woods.
  10. Mike Mathieu

    Custom Intarsia Pet Urn

    I just finished this pet urn for a client in memory of "Bubz" the dog. The urn is made from antique mahogany and measures 8" x 8" x 4" and has a removable bottom cover. The Intarsia consists of 45 pieces from 9 different woods. The Subject photo of "Bubz" supplied by the client. The finished urn
  11. John Morris

    The Artwork Of Mike Mathieu

    I have been enjoying all the images in our new gallery and lately one of our members is really putting on a show for us! I'd like to give Mike Mathieu a big hand for his instarsia work. Great job Mike! Absolutely beautiful! Click on image to be taken to Mikes Gallery.
  12. Mike Mathieu

    The Journey Intarsia

    From the album: Intarsia Art by Mike Mathieu

    Commissioned Intarsia depicting the immigration from Guatemala to the U.S 200 pieces, 17 woods 15" x 22" walnut frame
  13. Mike Mathieu

    Eagle's Realm Intarsia

    From the album: Intarsia Art by Mike Mathieu

    18'x 24" cherry frame Intarsia consists of 175 pieces from 15 different woods
  14. Mike Mathieu

    Sunset Valley Intarsia

    From the album: Intarsia Art by Mike Mathieu

    I created this Intarsia in 1994. 24" x 36" cherry frame Intarsia consists of 520 pieces from 33 different woods
  15. From the album: Intarsia Art by Mike Mathieu

    This is a Custom Home Brewery Beer Tower and Tap Handle Set-up I created for a client. Made from Mahogany. The Intarsia for each Tap Handle consists of 40 pieces from 10 different woods
  16. Mike Mathieu

    1953 Ford Pickup Truck Intarsia

    From the album: Intarsia Art by Mike Mathieu

    11" x 14" walnut frame Intarsia consists of 185 pieces from 13 different woods
  17. Mike Mathieu

    Custom Watch Box

    Hi Everyone Here are a few photos of a little custom watch box I just finished. Made from Spanish Cedar and measures 4.5" x 3.5" x 3". Intarsia top consists of 10 pieces from 4 different woods. Features secret compartment.

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