Erik Jensen is a born artist. Deaf too! He graduated from Utah Valley University with a BS in Art Education in 2017. He works half-time as an art and ASL teacher and works on his art business all the other times. He’ll even gets on his 36-inch unicycle for exercise! #deafunicyclist #onewheelman
Erik started doing art when he was first able to pick up things. His mother was (and still is!) awesome and allowed him to be free in his creativity, even it if meant big messes. This played a big part in Erik’s success throughout his life. In high school, his ceramics teacher supported him through every assignment and more. She even put in her own money so Erik could continue to develop his incredible art skills. He won several awards, including a full-ride scholarship to UVU for being in the top 15 for the Sterling Scholar award, a very prestigious award in Utah. In college, he had a couple pieces in the annual student art show. Both were looked on with high honors (literally and/or figuratively), and both are what started his designs for what he has begun this art business with–keyboard art.