Bill Minschew's art was a synthesis of sculpture, painting, and architecture, culminating the last few years of his life in his love of computer art. He was among the most inventive of computer artists, taking the medium far beyond the expected. A professor emeritus of California State University, Fresno, Bill developed the computer art program there in the late 1980s. A few years prior to his death he fulfilled a dream to walk the temples of Luxor and created some of his greatest work as a result of that journey.
I am an artist, traditional and digital. I teach graphic design at California State University, Fresno and am a member of Gallery 25 and California Contemporary Art Collective. I am also a published writer and offer giclee printing on silk and other fabrics through my websites.