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,r SIDNEY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY I 5, 2019 GET TO KNOW Matt Doyl Matt Doyle grew up in Central Pennsylvania in 1 a small valley along the II How or why did you Appalachian Mountains. get started with art? At a very young age, he started to show interest I began drawing when in art. Within a few years, I was old enough to he was introduced to the pick up a pencil. My first great outdoors by his dad real interest in art was and both his grandpas, comic book characters They took him fishing and slowly started and hunting often. Matt transitioning into wildlife learned to respect the art as I became more wildlife and found pure interested. joy in the outdoors. As his passion for the great ~J) outdoors grew stronger, ~-- What are you goals Matt's passion for art as an artist? was growing at the same time. By the time he was I enjoy pushing myself in middle school, he had a bit further in each already made up his mind painting. I never want to he wanted to be a wildlife see myself "plateau" as artist, an artist so I am always In 2005, Matt started striving to keep things attending Pennsylvania fresh and a little better College of Art and each time, at least in Design. There he learned my mind. I am always in many aspects to the art competition with myself. industry. In 2007, he was I also really enjoy sharing introduced to oil painting, my passion for nature Matt soon,felljn love with and wildlife through my this process~and began~ paintings. It's always a pursuingiii~ painting rewarding feeling to catch more. After;graduating the eye of a viewer a.nd with a Bachelor's in Fine have them reminisce of Arts in 2009, his journey a special place or animal began, they have seen. The very next year, Matt made a trip to Montana for the first time to be in ~ Tell us about your a friend's wedding. This entry in the MonDak was a turning point in Heritage Center art his life. Along with the show. breathtaking landscapes of Montana, he also Every now and then formed a friendship I like to capture scenes with Janna, the bride's that I see now and then sister. In 2013, they got but don't always see in married and moved to a painting. A couple of Minot, North Dakota. my submissions include Matt worked at Hobby a pair of whitetail deer Lobby as a framer for a running by a few cows few years. This job was a or an American kesteret perfect stepping stone for gliding past an old car, his art career, both scenes that aren't In August of 2016, Matt transcribed in an art form and Janna moved to toooften. Williston, North Dakota, where they could be ~11 closer to her family. At ~ What do you like to that point, they decided do besides art? it was time to take the leap and go full-time. In Besides art, I am a very the summers, they travel passionate outdoorsman. from Western Montana I enjoy fishing and to Wyoming and through hunting whenever I get North Dakota doing the chance. I also really outdoor summer shows, enjoy photographing When Matt isn't in his wildlife. studio painting, you'll find him fishing, hunting, or just being outdoors. YOURPHOTOS The Sidney Herald is looking for updates on our hometown military heroes. Do you have a picture in uniform? How about a family member going through bootcamp or change of duty station? We would love to feature them in our Military Spotline section, which begins soon. Email: Mail: 310 Second Ave Sidney, MT 59270 Breanna Frank (Sidney, MT) and Madison Reddick (Baker, MT), with the US Merchant Marine Academy, 4th Class Midshipmen. LOCAL NEWS PHOTO BY KELLY MILLER In support of the Boys and Girls Club of the MonDak, Richland County Division and the Food Bank, jars of peanut butter can be dropped in a truck located at Reynolds Market in S!dney from now until Wednesday, May 22. Posing in support of the cause are, from left, Gary Schoepp, Action Auto, Loren Kutzler; Reynolds Market and Marissa Topp, Eagle Country Ford. AROUNDTHEAREA Wednesday, May15 Fort Buford History Call406- call 406-488-2373 or email America's Got Talent Book Club, 7 p.m. Missouri 433-1112 for more details, angela.zaur@sidneyhealth. finalists, Sons of Serendip, Yellowstone Confluence org. will conclude the Watford Interpretive Center, 15349 Saturday, May 18 City Area concdertSeries. 39th Lane Northwest, Micro-chip event at Tuesday, May21 The performance is 7 p.m. Williston.'Call 701-572-9034 Pampered K9 & Feline Business after hours at in the Watford City High to RSVP. beginning at 9 a.m. MoreSunrise Women's Clinic, 4 to School auditorium. Non- Richland Red Hatters information can be found on 6 p.m. Call 406-433-3500 or concert series members meet at 11:30 a.m. at the Facebook. email for can purchase tickets for Country Club. RSVP by May "Saved by the Comedy" details. $35 at the door, or online 14 to Sylvia, 406-798-3882 or show will be at the Ranger Acrylic Pour Painting: The at Margaret,406-488-4613. Lounge Saturday, May 18,Swipe Method Class, $25/ serendip-condert.html. Reading Development beginning at 8 p.m. Tickets person. Call 406-433-3500 or If interested in a bussing Workshop for family are $15 and are available at email for option or if you have members of students at theRanger, details. questions, contact jessie at the third- through fifth- Rescued & Reclaimed Sidney High School Class 701-770-8659. grade reading level.'Free vintage market will be at of 1979 will have a class Reading Development workshop 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. the Event Center of the reunion meeting Tuesday, Workshop for family at Richland County Boys & fairgrounds Saturday, May May 21, 5:30 p.m. at Pizza members of newborns, Girls Club, 205 Third Avenue 18, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. House in Sidney. Classmates toddlers, preschoolers and SE in Sidney. ChildcareGeneral admission tickets are invited for pizza and first-and second-grade and snacks provided. Help can be purchased at the refreshments to finalize children. Free workshop your child become a strong door for $5. Children under items for the 40th class from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at independent reader with14arefree. reunion June 28-29. Bring the Boys and Girls Club, strategies that develop any class photos or reunion 205 Third Avenue SE in reading comprehension Monday, May20 items. For questions, contact Sidney childcare and snacks and fluency, as well asSidney City Council meets Libby Berndt at (406)489- provided. Set your child up confidence and a love for at 7 p.m. the first and third 1072. for life with literacy success, reading. Monday of every month, Adult Mental Health and create a positive bond unless otherwise noted, at First Aid training, May 20 with them all at the same Friday, May 17 City Hall, 115 Second St. SE. and 21, 8 a.m.- 12 p.m at time. Eastern A softball Adult Mental Health Pella Lutheran Church. Cost divisional tournament at First Aid training, May 20 is $25 and includes both Thursday, May 16 South Meadow field, and 21, 8 a.m.- 12 p.m at classes, which must both be Art class, 6 p.m. MonDak Clean-up day in Sidney Pella Lutheran Church. Cost completed to receive credit Heritage Center. Candle Marriage Night, 6 to 9 is $25 and includes bothfortraining.ToRSVP, call406- carving, $20 per person, p.m Faith Alliance Church in classes, which must both488-2373 or email angola. Call 406-433-3500 or email Sidney,301 E.MainSt. Dinner be completed to receive for provided. Speakers are credit for training. To RSVP, details. Francis & Lisa Chan, Les and Easter A softball divisional Leslie Parrott, and Michael tournament at South Jr comedian. Cost is $15 Meadow field, per person. Register at 310 2nd Ave NE, Sidney MT 59270 Phone: 406-433-2403 Kelly Miller Publisher Harleigh Roth Multi-Media Sales Keri Brown Classified Specialist pepsi Periodical postage is paid at Sidney, MT 59270 The Sidney Herald (USPS 495-760) is published two times weekly, Sundays and Wednesdays, except when certain holidays fall on these days. In that case the publication will publish the day prior. The Sidney Herald is a member of the Montana Newspaper Association. Premium Issues: All subscriptions may include up to four premium issues per year. For each premium issue, your account balance will be charged an additional fee of $1.00 in the billing period when the section publishes. This will result in shortening the length of of your billing period. Premium issues scheduled for the 2019 months: March, May, August, November, 2019. These months will have the effect of reducing the length of delivery service otherwise covered by your payment Months are subject to change without notice. POSTMASTER: Send address corrections to: Sidney Herald 3102nd Ave NE Sidney, MT 59270 Single Copy Price $1.00 To subscribe, call 406-433-2403 With the purchase of the poper, you can have free access to the e-Edition on our webs#e: www~idneyhemtdcom e-Edition Only 2 Days $2.00 1Month $6.00 6 Months $36.00 1 Year [ $69.00 (All subscriptions payable in advance) The Fairview Ministerial Association would like to express its deep gratitude to all of the hundreds of contributors who donated, and continue to donate, to the Flood Relief Fund. " SOFTBALL " THUR 5116 - SAT 5-18 DIVISIoNALS @ SIDNEY-18TH IS . RAIN DAY THUR 5/23 - SAT 5/25 STATE @ POLSON 100% of these funds will be : TRACK/FIELD j used strictly for Flood Relief, FRI-SAT5/17-18@BELGRADE ! now and in the future ! (DIViSIONAL MEET) 2019 ~dney Herald, if needed. FRI:SAT 5/2~25 LAUREL (STATE MEET) C 0 M P A N IE S ~: a Wick Communications Company AIId9htsreserved. : ' ~,