Gary Warren Niebuhr was born, raised and has lived his life in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.
He is retired and enjoys his hobbies that include making art, taking photographs, traveling, gardening, NASCAR, Golden Age Hollywood movies, theater, music and reading.
He is married to Denice Niebuhr, a retired four-year-old kindergarten teacher. They live with their cats Biakabutuka and Boginskaya.
He was the Library Director for the Village of Greendale, Wisconsin, for 36 years. He holds a Master of Arts Degree in Library Science from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.
Jenny is a self-taught linocut printmaker based in Iowa City, Iowa. Her work explores political themes, the human condition, and resiliency. Over the years, her work has shifted from weird animals, street art, and popping off about work, to focusing more on text-based work, highlighting writers, poets, and fragmented ideas. She endeavors to bring a degree of lawlessness, subversiveness, heart, and enthusiasm to her art and life.
When not engaged in the practice of making art/working/parenting, Jenny enjoys teaching printmaking at Public Space One in Iowa City, organizing Guerilla Joyfare Parades, and is learning to make her own clothes, with mixed results.