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Life drawing: In he was awarded the Karl G.
Maeser Research and Creative Arts Award. When I began my education at the University of Utah in the late s, I was able to study drawing and painting with a gifted draftsman and portrait painter named Alvin Gittins. He hailed from England and maintained his pronounced British accent, which, to me, added an air of authority to what he said. He was committed to teaching and became a mentor to many of us.
Among other things, Alvin felt that the idea for a drawing or painting was always vulnerable to failure if the artist lacked the technical skill to give it authority. He remained convinced that art that was different for the sake of difference failed ultimately to hide its mediocrity.
Several years of teaching experience have convinced me that there is no curriculum content compelling enough to make up for the deficiencies or miscasting of the teacher. The best teachers are those who love learning and know how to help it happen. They are specialists in nurturing and guiding talent both conceptually and technically.
They understand that talent without skills, inspiration without knowledge, and creativity without technique count for little but lost potential. During the course of my career, I have been fortunate to come under the tutelage of excellent teachers. I have also been fortunate to be proximate to teachers who have shared my views, enthusiasms, and experiences.
To them I wish to express acknowledgment for their influence and support. I wish to thank Ralph Barksdale for his devotion and commitment to life drawing and the many discussions we have had over the years in that regard.
To my colleagues Richard Hull and Bethanne Andersen I wish to express my gratitude for their encouragement to the enterprise of drawing and for their commitment to the process of teaching and mentoring students at Brigham Young University.
I have learned much from my association with them.
I also wish to express my thanks to my good friend Burt Silverman whose work I continue to admire and whose devotion to the process of drawing is both remarkable and transformational.