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Blog series by frank updated 04-28-2007 01:50 PM 4 parts 4273 reads 10 comments total

Part 1: "Expressions of Imagination"

04-09-2007 02:13 PM by frank | 1 comment »

”BET of B’reyshit” composition of canvas is ever truly blank of it impression, just as the piece of wood i now gouge at,is but an ongoing story of mine own waundering digression, into the face of artistic expressions of imagination…. —-as i stared into the heart of your compounding existence, there was my deep sense of passion which you extolled, where from this before my beginning experience with persistence, you have placed me on a pedestal for all...

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Part 2: "Sultry Beaut Comes Home"

04-12-2007 02:26 PM by frank | 2 comments »

Sultry Beaut Comes Home ….the radiant splendor of your golden glow, is but the warmness that comes with seeing, and as i looked upon this kindness of a being, their was the goodness of hearing you speak…. ”—-many where the ages gone by, while never asking the question why,and all to often my heart can only sigh, till i saw in your eyes the strength to cry…. —-my finding expression is the knowing that all is well, since to this shore of freedom i ha...

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Part 3: "Wood Stories...."

04-26-2007 05:34 PM by frank | 3 comments »

Wood Stories: ”Bench Dogging Before Greene and Greene” ....ah yes, and then it all starts coming back into focus, as i relax my grip upon this place of fields and greens, where imagination comes calling and selling herself to the highest bidder of foolish dreams…. —-and i realize now, that i am one of those foolish dreamers with pockets full of golden star dust, who could never quite adjust to walking this place of earthen dust, by giving up my right to silent...

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Part 4: "Bench Dogging After Greene and Greene"

04-28-2007 01:50 PM by frank | 4 comments »

Bench Dogging After Greene and Greene And so we now move on to the getting of legs, and in all your getting, be sure to take what you can use. Moving now to the fourth bay of my barn on the south side, I have a bay filled with lumber from past accumulated workings of wood projects. Looking through the rows of some stickered and some stacked lumber, I soon found what I thought would make some good legs for the table bench dogs. The pine I decided on using was left over from a barn door ...

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