Combat artist inspired by wartime experiences

<em>Either/Or</em>Before coming to UNT to teach in 1969, Don Schol, now a professor of studio art, headed a team of Army combat artists traveling through Vietnam to document the war through their art. Black-and-white woodblock prints from his Vietnam Suite, later inspired by his wartime experiences, were on exhibit this summer at Photographs Do Not Bend in Dallas, including the Either/Or woodcut print on rice paper.

The gallery is co-owned by Burt Finger, one of Schol's first students at North Texas and a fellow Vietnam veteran.

Watch a Dallas Morning News video in which Schol talks about his experiences and his art.



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