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Alan J. Bartels

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PHOTOGRAPHER and ASSISTANT EDITOR

Phone: (970) ***-****  HQ Phone
Flagship Publishing Inc
1692 Big Thompson Ave PO Box 1974
Estes Park , Colorado 80517
United States

Company Description: Flagship Publishing is a family-owned publishing company that offers high-quality, place-centric editorial content and products to consumers. Through creativity,...   more
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ALAN J. BARTELS PHOTOGRAPHER & ASSISTANT EDITOR Alan J. Bartels worked for two years to get his first freelance story into Nebraska Life Magazine. He was part of the magazine for the next three years before coming to work at Nebraska Life fulltime as its assistant editor in 2010. Believing that his only qualification for the job is his passion for Nebraska, Bartels enjoys traveling the state, seeing its natural beauty and meeting its amazing residents, most of whom have no idea how much they inspire him.
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By Alan J. Bartels and Matthew Spencer
Gallery 92 West / Fremont Area Art Association | Celebrating over 50 years of promoting visual art culture and education in the Fremont, Nebraska, area! | Page 2
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Alan J. Bartels is a lifelong Nebraskan. After moving around often as a child, Bartels became rooted in Central Nebraska while attending high school in Greeley, on the edge of the Nebraska Sandhills. Although he didn't know it at the time, daylong forays into the dunes in search of turtles, snakes and adventure instilled in him a respect for the region.
After seeing a large part of the planet serving in the military, including service in an even larger sandbox known as the Arabian Desert, Bartels came home to Nebraska. During twenty years spent in manufacturing in the Grand Island area, Bartels began revisiting the Sandhills of his youth. Soon his travels took him farther west to even more remote locales as he continually sought the most pristine, isolated areas where Nature was its most pure. He began writing newspaper stories about his outdoor pursuits and shot quite a collection of photographs along the way.
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Soon, in addition to an often 70+ hour work week, Bartels was interviewing and writing in the evenings, and traveling during vacations and on weekends. This rugged schedule led to regular publication in several newspapers, three national magazines, and in other publications with increasing regularity. Simultaneously Bartels was volunteering at Audubon's Rowe Sanctuary near Gibbon, and rescuing injured hawks, eagles, falcons and owls as a volunter for Raptor Recovery Nebraska. He received the Conservation Educator of the Year award in 2002, from the Nebraska Wildlife Federation for his work in educating people about sandhill cranes and Nebraska's turtles; and among many affiliations today, he is a member of the executive board of the Nebraska Master Naturalist program.
In 2010 Bartels accepted a position asField Assistant Editor of Nebraska Life Magazine. When he isn't editing other writers' work, selling advertising, answering the phones, changing light bulbs, or doing dishes in the kitchen of the magazine's downtown Norfolk office, he climbs into the company car, canvasses the entire state interacting with the genuine, caring and colorful characters he meets. His passion for the state of Nebraska is a true form of Patriotism.
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Riding shotgun along the highway, back road or trail, with one Nikon constantly in hand, and a second one around his neck, Bartels documents his adventures. He captures the other- wise unexplainable and excuisite artistry of a natural and ever- changing canvas. He hopes his work will inspire others to explore the immense beauty of Nebraska.
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The reception for Alan J. Bartels, Valery Wachter and loft artist of themonth, Pam Hynek, will be Saturday, August 3rd, from 5 to 7 p.m.
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Alan Bartels, Writters Symposium, Fairbury Nebraska Featured artist and photographer Alan Bartels, will present an exhibit entitled, "Canvassing Nebraska", a collection of photographs he has taken on his travels throughout the state of Nebraska as assistant editor of Nebraska Life magazine. Bartels is also in Fairbury for the Nebraska Authors and Artists Symposium which is part of the Trail of Authors event, being held in communities along Nebraska's Heritage Highway, Aug. 1-3. (More information at www.HeritageHighway136.com/TrailOfAuthors).
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