FARGO – Well-known in the area as a photographer of the land and sky, Wayne Gudmundson trained his eye on an entirely different subject for his latest project: people.

By: John Lamb, INFORUM

FARGO – Well-known in the area as a photographer of the land and sky, Wayne Gudmundson trained his eye on an entirely different subject for his latest project: people.

The Moorhead artist teamed up with Prairie Public Television for “Faces of the Oil Patch.” Gudmundson’s still photos are featured throughout the documentary as a way of introducing subjects.

Some of the photos are displayed at North Dakota State University’s Memorial Union Gallery, with a reception at 5 tonight. The exhibit will eventually travel around the state.

Following the reception, the documentary will be screened. It premieres on PPTV, Channel 13, at 9 p.m. Wednesday.

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