Meadowlark Gallery: The Artist Biographies

Normand T. Dahl
Born in Superior, Wisconsin, Dahl graduated from high school there and continued his education at Wisconsin State University. Recieving his BA and MA, he moved to Glasgow, Montana to begin his teaching career. There, he taught art and assistant coached basketball and football. Dahl was also an active member in the Montana Art Education Association, Montana Institute of the Arts, Glasgow Historical Society, and Glasgow Jaycees. In 1968, Dahl moved to Great Falls to become chairman of the art department at Great Falls High. Once in Great Falls, he actively participated in other local and state organizations while continuing to excel in his own artistic endeavors.
Although Dahl taught and supported all aspects of art, his area of expertise included printmaking and watercolor. The most popular types of printmaking in Dahl's classes included silk screen, photo silk screen, colograph, and intaglio.
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