Thursday, May 27, 2010

FOKSE 2010 Group Photo

Back row – Sherry Faust, Bill Scott, Randy Henning, Robert Noble, Bob Faust, Nick Davis, Bob Whitten, Greg Gemble, Blake Potts, Susan Hansen and Ed Hansen.

Front row – Nelson Brackin and Emily Holloman.

FOKSE 2010 - John Randal McDonald drawings

Randy Henning brought these drawings of the work of John Randall McDonald to share with everyone.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

FOKSE 2010 - Summer Option Student drawings

These drawings of "Bell Peppers" are by students are in the Summer Option Program. The assignment was given to them on Thursday the 20th. The sketches were hung Friday morning, the 21st. Bob Faust is one of the professors teaching the program this year.

Summer option is a program for those who have just graduated from High School to see if they can qualify for the architecture program. All freshman architecture classes are taught simultaneously. Those who pass are allowed to continue into the regular program.

Monday, May 24, 2010

FOKSE 2010 - Photos

Wakil House drawings, Bruce Goff Architect
Susan Hansen and Bob Faust
Bob Whitten images
Ed Hansen, Bill Scott and Randy Henning

Afternoon slide presentations were by Greg Gemble, Bill Scott, Randy Henning, Robert Noble and Nelson Brackin.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Saturday, June 13, 2009

FOKSE 2009 Group Photo

Back row: Tony Lombard, Bob Whitten, Randy Henning, Sherry Faust, Bob Faust, Nelson Brackin,
Front row: Nick Davis, Mark Cochran, Stan Russell, Linda Russell, Hal Adams, Jim Fox, Carol Fox, John Moredock, Robert Noble, Larry Marytn, David Milstead, Ed Green, Donie, Green, Ed Hansen, Susan Hansen.

Not in photograph: Janet Diercks.

Monday, June 8, 2009

FOKSE 2009 Photos

Drawing by Stan Russell, Architect.
Drawings by Jim Fox, Architect.
Florida architect, Alfred Browning Parker had his work presented by Randy Henning. Randy is preparing a book on Parker.
David Milstead and Bob Whitten looking at a silkscreened T-Shirt designed by Nelson Brackin to honor a lecture by Bruce Goff at Auburn University in 1975.
David Milstead and Randy Henning looking at drawings by Nick Davis, Architect.