"Intarsia" is an ancient Italian woodworking method for making 3-dimensional pictures in wood. Modern intarsia scenes often use wood between .125 inches and 1.75 inches thick, fitted together like a jigsaw puzzle and attached to a backing board. The natural colors and grain patterns of different species of wood are carefully chosen to enhance the design, though some artisans prefer to use stains or dyes instead.
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Alardus van den Bosch
Medieval and natural motifs in intarsia including, table mats, mirrors and coasters.
Specializing in Christian intarsia and do-it-yourself patterns.
Rose, covered bridge, pelican, clown, wolf, kitchen, deer, bears, tiger and fish designs in natural woods.
Novelty handmade crafts, custom woodworking orders also available.
Nature In Pieces
Intarsia by Canadian artisan, Graham Prinn.
Pictures In Wood
Three-dimensional wooden inlayed wall hangings from the UK. Designs include British birds and animals.
Prinn Designs Intarsia
Canadian handmade intarsia in original designs with each piece signed by the artist.
Trout of the Hardwoods
Predominantly trout and salmon intarsia by Kevin Daly
Vickie's Wood Murals
Intarsia woodworking art for gifts and home decor.
Offers custom made Intarsia art hand-crafted from your photo.
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