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By Jesse Sines
For The Sentinel 

Local artist looks to land large scale leatherwork contract



LEATHER ARTISAN: Dan Sines landed a contract to do patches for a motorcycle club, which could develop into the biggest job of his 40 years in learther works.

Dan Sines, a Goldendale leather artist, may have received the business deal of a lifetime.

"I started out on doing leather work when I was in the Navy," Sines recalls, "One of the guys on the Enterprise took me under his wing when he saw I was an artist and taught me pretty much everything he knew." When asked his years of experience as a leather artist, Sines simply replies, "This year will be 40."

Late last year, Sines was asked by the Christian Motorcycle Association (CMA), an international motorcyclist organization based in Hatfield, Ark., to create their leather patches.

Sines explains, "First contact was right at the first of December of last year,." After two months of negotiations...

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