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Local artist’s work reflects her time abroad (Woodworking)

Posted by netorius on June 29, 2007

Newburyport Daily News – The event will feature jewelry, pottery, woodworking, wheat weaving, painting, photography and more. Handmade African jewelry, Indian saris and Cambodian handbags will also be for sale to benefit three organizations that support international women

More than a place to sit
Beverly Citizen – The chairs ranging from sophisticated sculptural pieces to children s whimsy to rustic chairs of recycled and salvaged wood reflect a combination of over 20 years woodworking experience and pure imagination from Beverly woodworker Scott

Arkhangelsk Region
Kommersant – It is a large region with well-developed fishing, forest, woodworking, and pulp and paper industries. The region has a total area of 589 900 km2, 39% of which is occupied by forests, 24.2% by reindeer pasture, 19% by islands, 1.3% by arable land, and

Farmers, artists share wares at markets
Tacoma News Tribune – Averages around 80. Parking: On-street parking nearby. Features: Fresh seasonal produce from Washington farmers; seafood; meat; wine; nursery stocks; prepared and packaged foods; concession vendors; artisan vendors selling jewelry, woodworking

Sakhalin Region
Kommersant – The most important industries are fishing and fish processing, forestry, woodworking, pulp and paper, light industry, food, and oil and gas. Companies located in the main industrial centers, i.e., Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Korsakov, Nevelsk, Kholmsk, Okha

Repulic of Kabardino-Balkaria
Kommersant – Nalchik is the republic’s capital and main industrial center, where companies of the engineering, woodworking, building material, light, and food industries are located. The Baksan mining center with well-developed metallurgical (production and

Leningrad Region
Kommersant – The region s main industries are engineering, forestry, woodworking, pulp and paper, chemicals, fuel, nonferrous metallurgy, and power. Thanks to the unique landscape and the many remarkably preserved historical and architectural monuments


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