“I am interested in the creative process of making art. The challenge and fun of generating ideas, handling materials, and solving problems is, for me, the best part of my creative existence.”
Born in Fish Haven, Idaho, and grew up in Ogden, Utah. Graduated from Weber State College, with a B.S. in Art, then attended the Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, California, where he received both his Bachelors and Masters of Fine Arts Degree. While at Otis, he received a Ford Foundation Grant, and the Friends of Otis Scholarship. While living in lA, Loveland worked for Sydney M. Cobb Design,( Hollywood), and Chancellor-Randolph Design, (LA) as a textile designer. He taught Art in Davis County for 32 years. He was selected as Utah Art Educator of the year in 2009. Now retired from the classroom, he is enjoying being a full-time husband, father, grandpa, and artist.
The Studio will also, have designs from young dancers for their up-coming show at the Egyptian Theater Summer Dance Sampler, August 10 at 7:00 pm. So stop by and check out the art that moves you.