When we finished talking about some of the artworks, I asked the students if they had any questions for me. One of the students asked, “Do all of these artists make a living as artists.” It was great to tell the student that almost all of the artists are full time artists. I then described some of the different jobs other artists had, such as art teachers or professors. It’s inspiring to share with students some of the artists making a living with their art in Montana. After the high school presentation, we had all of the elementary students in the classroom. The elementary students did just as well as the high school. They asked plenty of questions and like other country schools, were also intrigued by Theodore Wadell’s Black Angus.