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    crazy lady in Virginia is creating an 80' glass mural

    with a little help from alot of friends
    https://www.facebook.com/35461909128...7923375952700/

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    Wow! That's cool!

    Being down low it must be a killer on the back.
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    I think it looks nice - particularly the colors.

    Good work, Candace.

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    I can't see much of it not being a member of Facebook, but what I can see, I like......Ben
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    Thanks, Candy, that's much better......Ben
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    thanks, I wrote tight specs on the color ranges and its really paid off in creating a consistent look. Artis are free to do their pattern pieces however they desire within the ranges specified. As they come in its a fun surprise to see how they look all together

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    Quote Originally Posted by Truckman View Post
    Thanks, Candy, that's much better......Ben
    yeah sorry, I couldn't get the upload buttens to work earlier. That pic is about 34' finished, we're at the stairs now and have another 60' foot run under a loading dock on the otherside

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Wow! That's cool!

    Being down low it must be a killer on the back.
    lol believe me when I say, we all make a point of yelling ,"watch your head" to each other through out the work. Most are sitting on gardening seats but I work the ground level being the youngest most physical person on the crew

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    Looks great.
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    Very very cool T
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    LOOOOKing GOOOOD, I also read the reviews from the school.

    You should be blushing.

    You are quite obviously VERY GOOD at your craft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Independent Voter View Post
    LOOOOKing GOOOOD, I also read the reviews from the school.

    You should be blushing.

    You are quite obviously VERY GOOD at your craft.
    Yes, she is! What amazes me is how well she does different types of art. I purchased one of her prints a long while back. Like her, it is amazing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    I purchased one of her prints a long while back. Like her, it is amazing!
    Me too...Now I'm just waiting for the offers to start pouring in from the art collectors...Or maybe I'll just donate mine to the Smithsonian, and become known as a benevolent philanthropist......Ben
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