A.R.T. keeps spinning

Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Perry Polson, of Wild Wood Gallery and Turning Lab, works on one of his pieces during the ninth annual Artisans Road Trip Saturday. The two-day event featured 26 artists throughout Buena Vista, Clay and Dickinson counties. (Photo by Gabe Licht)

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  • If you're not familiar with Perry Polson's work, I highly recommend you stop in at his shop on Grand Avenue some day to see his beautiful pieces. I recently went on a trip to Mexico, and one of the things I took was a flat round wood piece inlaid with turquois, on a leather string. I bought it from Perry at the Clay County Fair last year. Everywhere I went, people commented on the lovely necklace I was wearing and asked where I'd gotten it. I should have taken some of his brochurs with me.

    -- Posted by farmergirl.sp on Tue, Oct 9, 2012, at 10:21 AM
  • Lookin' good Perry!

    -- Posted by Prairie Painter on Tue, Oct 9, 2012, at 12:19 PM
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