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Todd Klassy
Todd Klassy is actively fulfilling his life-long dream to photograph the back roads and hidden corners of the American West.

Press Release

Secretary of State Linda McCulloch is providing Montana artists the opportunity to display their work in the lobby of the Secretary of State’s office in the historic Capitol building in Helena. The exhibit will be rotated throughout the year in order to give artists from all over the state this special opportunity. The Secretary of State encourages the public to visit our office and view the “Treasured” Montana Artist Exhibit at their leisure.

See some of the artists from past exhibits:

Treasured Montana Artist

An admirer of iconic symbols of American culture, Todd Klassy spends much of his time creating photographs of the remote, anonymous landmarks that dot Montana's landscape. A resident of Havre, he considers the “gravel roads of Montana” his home and is particularly captivated by Montana’s cowboys, Native American Indians, and railroad workers, whose culture and traditional way of life is threatened by the hands of time.

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