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David Earl Tomlinson is a self-taught metalworker. He was in the Marines five years and served in Saudi Arabia during the war. Around Asheville he is known as a musician and a commercial sign maker for some of the city's most recognizable businesses such as Salsa's, Minx, Clingman Cafe, and Mayfel's. He recently came up with the idea of making metal quits from leftover scraps. He placed one with a River Arts District Studio Stroll and it sold the first day. Commissions followed, and Southern Living featured a quilt in 2008. He currently shares space with other metal artists in a hanger-size West Asheville warehouse,