I recently had the great opportunity to stop by the Omaha Home for Boys as a guest artist and work with Pam Hinson’s student group. We tried out our hand at some geometric paintings using some isometric graph paper, carbon transfer techniques and our imaginations. One student decided to make an impossible shape (pictured in the upper right) and another student created some bold steps. The process was actually a bit harder than we all expected and it took our minds a while to adapt to the isometric perspective as we drew out shapes in “space”, trying to design specific structures and effects. I always learn something new working with teens and I am already looking forward to my next visit to Omaha Home for Boys.