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on Jul 27, 2012
I've never known an artist so passionate about her work. Susan's zest for life and her love of all things made of wood and antiques makes for someone who will put their heart and soul into every job she takes on. And the end product will naturally be astonishing. And it's the comments and appreciation that propel her to do the best work possible and to take as much time as is necessary to do it right and to do it the best. I would imagine if a poll was taken of her clients, Susan would receive 5+ stars out of 5.
Sounds like socialism to me.
Recycling? Contributing to the environment? Next the article will reference Al Gore and "global warming."
Susan is finally getting what she deserves; recognition publicly. I found out about her business several years ago. My house was full of antiques that were crying out for glue, sanding and restoration. Susan has made my furniture works of art. Her new venture into making bird houses shows the unique side of her personality; each is made with imagination and dedication to excellence. Kudos to Susan!
Susan's work is absolutely amazing. I haven't yet had need of her services, but have seen examples of her creativity and level of skill in what she has done in her own most impressive home. Every corner is full of interesting uses of every kind of wooden object imaginable. I come from a family of carpenters and I know outstanding work when I see it. Susan is an artistic asset to our special community.
Susan restored an antique game table that had been passed down to me by my parents. Although it had been refinished previously, Susan took the extra steps to do it right. She disassembled it piece by piece and restored it completely before putting it back together. She also had to create new pieces to replace areas where it had been destroyed or where the wood could not be repaired, but need to be replaced. When Susan says that her clients share tears and hugs, she could have been referring to me. I cried and laughed over this piece. Who knew that furniture could elicit so much emotion. The little game table turned out just beautiful and it has a place of honor in my home. Although we don't actually use it Susan has told me that it has been restored to "use." Sorry Susan, but I just can't stand the thought of someone scratching it now that it looks so beautiful.
Congratulations on the recognition, you certainly deserve it.
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