Don M. Swartzentruber, MFA

Don Swartzentruber [swärt zen trü ber: pronounced phonetically]  completed graduate work at Vermont College of Norwich University and  has served as adjunct faculty at Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne University and Grace College and Seminary. He has exhibited art nationally and is the recipient of awards and grants for his instruction and studio practice. Swartzentruber creates his enigmatic iconography in the historical Billy Sunday community of Winona Lake, where he resides with his wife. 

He is an energetic speaker who is comfortable challenging his audience's presuppositions. He has presented at the Midwest Scholars Conference, Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture, Indiana Art Education Association, and various other venues.  Swartzentruber is available to speak on issues related to visual art, the Christian faith and the Bible and various cultural issues. Occasionally he publishes informal conversations about faith on the Carnival Sage Youtube channel.