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An Exhibit of Unique Art Designs on Wood by Paul Burtness

The folk art of burnishing art on to beautifully sanded wood has been a hobby of local resident and retired realtor, Paul Burtness, for the past decade.  Paul has created hundreds of art designs on beautifully sanded and shaped woods like Monterey Pine, Black Oak, Baywood, Cedar, Sycamore and more...and he's never displayed even one piece of his unique artwork.

The Museum is proud to be able to have Paul showcase his Western designs on wood in a new exhibit "The West on Wood".


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