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My visit with Professor of Studio Arts, Linda Olson at MSU

 

Here I am, doing another Arts interview. Why? Because I love the Arts. As I've said before: Artists have an eye for God's beautiful creation and each in their own individual way want to highlight or imitate Linda Olson has a GREAT eye for art and loves to teach art to students of all ages. She is close to retiring as a professor at Minot State University but even when she does retire she won't be giving up her favorite art, the ceramic arts, or teaching (as she has just built a beautiful studio off of her home so she can continue her work). I hope you enjoy our visit as much as I did. 

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Comment balloon 4 commentsBob "RealMan" Timm • March 19 2019 06:32PM
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