“Mini-me” or “Words of encouragement from unusual sources”

The hard-ass old art professor at SAU, who dishes out compliments about as often as the sun totally eclipses over Huron County (which I think never happened during my childhood), just told me that my photography is phenomenal and that I was like a “little Ansel Adams.”

AND he said that he wanted me to be part of a faculty-only art show sometime because they didn’t have enough stuff to fill the gallery on their own.

Four of my photos are hanging in the Ganton Art Gallery right now as part of the faculty, staff and alumni show that kicked of the gallery’s fall schedule. Among the other works are Rick Herter’s Pentagon-commissioned 9/11 paintings. The show will be up through mid-Oct.

By Joel Maust

Joel Maust is a marketer, blogger and photographer living in the beautiful Flathead Valley of northwest Montana.

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