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6/17/11 8:17 A

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well.....if your in the Lancaster PA area...a mere what 8 hour drive emoticon away is Transcending Flesh. They all have art degrees and are highly professional and talented and I can't say that there is a bad one in the bunch..they are all good!

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6/16/11 4:43 P

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I have decided that tattoos will be one way I reward myself for quitting smoking (again) and for sticking to my fitness goals. The issue I am running into is finding the right tattoo artist for the work I want done. Specifically, I am looking for someone not too far from the Massachusetts Metrowest area who can not only "do" celtic knotwork, but actually ENJOYS doing celtic knotwork. What I have planned to get done will eventually cover my entire back and onto my shoulders so I really need someone who can commit to the work and won't get sick of doing. I understand that I may have to travel a few hours away from where I live and that I am looking at having to come up with an hourly rate and then scheduling regular sessions in order to get all of the work I want done. What I could use help with is recommendations on artists who might enjoy this kind of a challenge. :) Any thoughts?


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