Gem of a guy: Tom Ling's work always shines at art center's holiday exhibit
WORTHINGTON -- When Tom Ling looks at a piece of ivory -- in a former life, a piano key -- he sees the image of an elephant, an animal that is being slaughtered by the thousands for its valuable tusks.
When he picks up a polished Minnesota agate, he envisions gold wire wrapped around it, highlighting the intricate patterns of the stone.
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