BiPolar Studio

Chris Rowson didn’t even realize that this Saturday’s open house was being held for two reasons. One is to welcome people to BiPolar Studio’s new location. The second, which slipped his mind, was to celebrate a decade in business.

Chris Rowson has been too busy to even realize that this Saturday is his shop’s 10th anniversary.

Rowson, owner of BiPolar Studios, has been busy inking clients and moving his studio to the old US Cellular store at 401 North Oak St. But busy is how he likes it, especially in the wake of being forced to shut down for about 10 weeks amid the coronavirus pandemic.

BiPolar Studio

Chris Rowson will be celebrating 10 years in business as the owner of BiPolar Studio in Iowa Falls. He will also be celebrating a move to a new location as part of events scheduled for this Saturday.

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