"Intarsia" is an ancient Italian woodworking and lapidary method for making 3-dimensional pictures with wood, petrified wood, and/or stone. Modern intarsia scenes often use pieces 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 pieces are carefully chosen to enhance the design, though some artisans prefer to use stains or dyes instead.
Bob Wilson's Scrollsaw Art
Detailed 3-D art of handcrafted hardwoods. Online gallery of portraits, animal and bird plaques, puzzles, and ornaments.
Showcase and information dedicated to all aspects of inlay crafts including intarsia, marquetry, pietre dure, stone inlay and mosaics.
Woodworking and the art of inlay from Judy Gale Roberts and Jerry Booher including a variety of patterns and opportunity to receive Intarsia Times newsletter.
Intarsia by Dave
Gallery of hand crafted works made from cedar. Subjects include animals, clowns, lighthouses, and sports.
A place for Intarsia Artisians to show and sell their work, as well as find and discuss information in the discussion pages and chat room.
The Intarsia Pages
Index of links to sites featuring works of Intarsia.
Quality Wood Products
Provides information about caring for scrollsaws as well as patterns, lighting, stacking, blades, and resources.
Wooden U Know
Gallery of woodworking, intarsia, wood puzzles, and Native American flutes.
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