Jack LeSieur was raised in a haunted house in Brownsville, KY. He attended WKU for nine years studying everything from interior design archaeology and folk studies. He is currently employed as the director of the Downing Museum at the Baker Arboretum and also teaches a few interior design courses at WKU. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, horticulture, kayaking, taking photos, picking flowers, playing music, making art, and roughhousing with his puppy. A self-proclaimed “doer of all, master of nothing,” Jack enjoys working with a variety of materials, lending to a mixed media approach in creating. He typically adopts painting, drawing, stitching, and collage into his creations, or some mixture thereof. Jack creates everything from barn quilts to screen prints. He enjoys exploring topics in his work such as mental health, culture, heritage, sexuality, gender, and religion. Jack lives in Bowling Green with his fiancé, Brent, along with their parrot (Rubin), miniature schnauzer (Edie), beta fish (Beto), and a hoard of plants and books.