Trevor Guthke was an “energetic” child. His exhausted caretakers eventually realized that he would agree to go into the next room and draw. Most of his early works were accomplished on scrap paper retrieved from the wastebasket of an office at Fermilab. Art became a compulsion, and he now spends most evenings bent over a sketchpad or a canvas. He’s been an art student, an art teacher, a published text book contributor (“Drawn to Teach”, available on Amazon), and a garage-bound hermit who finishes each day making marks on paper in an effort to make sense of a senseless world.