Artisans Quarterly Review #17: Artisans Quarterly Review Volume 5 Issue 1 - 2012 is released!

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Blog entry by Eric M. Saperstein posted 03-19-2012 06:00 AM 1779 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Welcome to Artisans of the Valley’s Artisans Quarterly Review Vol 5 Issue 1 2012 ...

Artisans Quarterly Review is released four times a year, and we periodically send out special announcements to keep everyone up to date. We enjoy interactions with our clients, affiliated artists, and our suppliers. We welcome ideas and submissions for content!

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Special Announcement: Artisans has been “Tanked AGAIN!” ... we’ll be featured on Animal Planet’s series “Tanked” in the upcoming season two. Starting on Saturday April 14th, 2012 at 9pm … the second season is a full twenty episodes! We’ll send out a special email broadcast when we know which episode we’ll be a part of.

Meanwhile here’s the link to the season two trailer:

LUMBERJOCK FEATURE: – Check out this release for a feature of fellow LumberJock Doug Perkins ( ... showing off his hand made trucks.

Table of Contents: And we have 2012

It’s All About the Wood
The Blending of Art & Wine 2012
Let the Games FLIP?! (Feature)
An Upgrade to the Sequence Chest
Cribbage Revisited
Gaming Tables to BE!
375 Year Old Oak Bible Boxes
The Box Review
This Old Sideboard
Pamela Ptak – Wearable Sculpture
ChazMaTazz Formal Wear
James Lear Photography
Hopewell Valley Vineyards Ships!
Mixing Pallets
Modern Oak Table Refinish
Thanks for Getting us Tanked AGAIN!
Wood Scavenging – Off to the Mill!
Interesting Osage Facts
What Do We Do With This Wood?
Paulownia Pending
WHAT? Toy Trucks in Afghanistan?
Congrats to The Velvet Elvis!

Click Here to Download Artisans Booklet Mini-Portfolio a Printable PDF Cross Section of our Entire Portfolio:

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Thank you for your time, your business, and your support!

Eric M. Saperstein
Master Craftsman
Artisans of the Valley

-- Eric M. Saperstein, Master Craftsman

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