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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) [Order this photo]

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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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