Lee Ritenour was reading an article in the 1989 edition of Wood magazine when she came across and article about Judy Gale Roberts and her beautifully detailed Intarsia woodworking – creating three-dimensional pictures with pieces of wood that are various sizes and colors. Lee fell in love with this type of project and began self-teaching and practicing. She has been creating Intarsia items for a few years now using her scroll saw and lots of sanding equipment. Lee’s creations are mostly whimsical characters such as “Grumps”, a monkey design she created herself.
You can find “Grumps” and many other creations by Lee at the ACF Christmas Show this coming November. You can also email Lee to ask her about ordering something special.
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P.O. Box 1684
Kalispell, MT 59903
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