Jorge Quezada

Fantasy books may hold legends of heroes comprised of many tales. Some tall, some not. For some storytellers love to enhance details to make it more awe-inspiring. Or simply, details are lost through the passing of each generation. Such is true for this book which holds the tales of many such as Taborlin the Great, recognized for knowing “the name of the wind” which allowed him to call on it and bend to his will; The Fae, who live in a different realm and govern supernatural powers. Then there is the story of Kvothe, the protagonist of this book.

Sioux City Art Center

"The light that Paul makes us feel... gives us that sense that [Martin Luther King, Jr.] is both coming forward and going back at the same time," says Behrens. "What he creates is something so unexpected." As you look deeply into this familiar image, you find that what you see is more illusive and that there are shapes and ideas within that don't conform to one's understanding. 

Martin Luther King, Jr. is on display in the Sioux City Art Center's Permanent Collection On View exhibition.