Prairie Artists: Walter Piehl

Walter Piehl, using acrylic on canvas or paper, treats Western Americana with modern art influences and interpretation. He combines an expressionistic style with literal and interpretive investigations of many facets of Western American life, His work is often large in scale and has been exhibited across North America. He has been a professor in fine arts at Minot State University since 1970.

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Bob Damback (Producer), Ann Hall Anderson (Editor), Ryan Sailer (Videographer)

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