If you walk to the edge of Leoti, Kansas you can look out to a flat forever. Western Kansas isn't known for it's geographic diversity - pretty much wheat, corn and an eternal flat horizon. Being raised in the mountains of Utah, whenever we would go out to visit my Grandpa, and check out the... Continue Reading →
What is it about drawing?
"Dad - how do you draw an eye?" In about 30 seconds he whipped out a pen and drew a perfect half face with two eyes, balanced and proportional, and with a couple flourishes that brought some personality to the sketch. He then went on to explain some of the fundamental issues with the face... Continue Reading →
Continuing this idea of the importance of looking back, I wanted to reflect on some of the teachers that played such an important role in my creative development. On occasion my students will ask me if it's really worth it to get a college degree - why can't I just go out there and make... Continue Reading →