Date of Work
2-Color Lithograph on Arches Tan
Produced at UND by the Department of Art & Design
Art & Design Study Collection
North Dakota artist Walter Piehl completed his undergraduate study at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, and his graduate study at the University of North Dakota and the University of Minnesota. Afterwards, he taught painting at Minot State University for nearly five decades before retiring.
Recognized as a leading proponent of contemporary western art, Piehl uses a highly expressive technique akin to Abstract Expressionism, often combined with rodeo themes.
This artwork was produced for the Overlanders portfolio: a portfolio of ten prints by visiting artists at the University of North Dakota. UND professor Kim Fink developed the portfolio
2-Color Lithograph: Black & Multi color marble roll on Arches tan
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