Wade Guyton’s Computer-Made Works at the Whitney – NYTimes.com

Maybe I need to invest in a 3-D printer and Auto-CAD to start producing my sculptures…  Thought to be honest I think I would miss the feeling of the materials in my hands as I work. Wade Guyton’s Computer-Made Works at the Whitney – NYTimes.com. It is still an interesting read.  I like reading about […]

Happy Valley Farmers Market

Inez and I are participating in the Happy Valley Farmers Market down at the Riverwoods in Provo, Ut.  Come down and see us, join in our drum circle.  We are going to be here Friday Nights, 5 pm – 9 pm. We are here raising awareness (and funds) for Inez’s attempt to break the world record […]

Pottery 20,000 years old found in a Chinese cave – Science News

Pottery 20,000 years old found in a Chinese cave, posing new possibilities in human history – Science News. How awesome is this?  I love that I am taking part in an art form that is at least 20,000 years old! — Jerel

Vibrant Protest Part One

My latest project “Vibrant Protest” is a record-breaking tie-dye / stain painting. The journey started with finding a domestically produced cotton fabric that was long enough. After several weeks of phone calls and research we found a mill in South Carolina that weaves domestic cotton for U.S. Military uniforms. This is one of just a […]


For your viewing pleasure, I have posted some of my best monumental size Tie Dye Art. A modern twist on a traditional theme of freedom and protest. My artist statement is in the works. let me know what you think.

Finished work… well almost finished…

The Winter Semester is almost over, one last week to go before finals.  This is going to be a busy week as I write papers and complete assignments I have been putting off as I prepared for my graduate review.  I am still struggling with public speaking, despite the time I have spent in front […]