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Walter Piehl artwork on display through Labor Day

Posted on 8/25/2014

WASHBURN - Popular Minot, N.D. artist Walter Piehl's artwork is on display through Labor Day as part of a special exhibit at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center in Washburn. The exhibit titled "Unbridled" features paintings by Piehl, as well as Bismarck artist Vern Erickson, showcasing their takes on one of man's closest companions: the horse.

Both artists have decidedly different styles - Piehl's expressionistic, energy packed images contrast to those of traditional western artist Erickson. "This has been the most popular exhibit we have staged in years, helping attract thousands of visitors. You won't want to miss out on the opportunity to enjoy this remarkable art," says Lewis & Clark Fort Mandan Foundation president David Borlaug.

While Piehl's art will be coming down after Labor Day, Erickson's pieces will remain on display in the Erickson Gallery.

Original artwork from both artists is for sale at the Interpretive Center, located 38 miles north of Bismarck on U.S. Hwy 83.

The Unbridled exhibit is open daily from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. through Labor Day. Call 877-462-8535 for more information.


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