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Old 06-08-2008, 01:31 PM   #1
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Dave told me I had better post this or he would, hehehehe. I entered a couple of pieces in the contest. My Wolf Maiden took second in the basic "shadow art" but the highlight for me was that I got a third place ribbon in the complex intarsia category. I thought it would be kind of funny to enter an intarsia piece considering I've done a total of 2 in my life just to see what would happen. Pics attached with the ribbons.
BTW, I always thought that "shadow art" was the shadows you made in front of a light with your hands. Sometimes ya just gotta wonder where these names come from.
I'll post some pics and thoughts from the picnic in a separate thread.
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You beat me to it! As I said at the show......a well deserved ribbon on both pieces! Now I'm waiting for your next intarsia piece......as you promised. LOL!
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Congrats, That horse is a nice patern, I really like the face. Its funny how a stranger can say how good your stuff is, but if they give you a little ribbon you feel so much better. Anyway well done.
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Congraulations Kevin. Great Work!
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Congatulations jediscroller......well deserved.
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Congratz Jediscroller! You do excellent work and this just proves it.


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Shazammmm. Kiven, those are really worth the prise. you work hard now it showes. congrats . you diserve it. those are both great. your friend Evie
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Very well done Kevin, and well deserved.
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Congrats, Kevin! The ribbons are a fine statement of your good work.

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Great job Kevin! They say you get better the more you work. That means next time it should be second, or even first!
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