He is not amazing artist. He is just a guy who likes art but that doesn't
make him good. I like to shoot baskets but I am not a basketball player. If you
think he is then you don't know anything about art.
Plain and simple Jeremy is just a good kid. No matter how many minutes he plays
in basketball he is worth it to have on the team. Most athletes today could take
a page out of his book. Keep being who you are Jeremy, you're the best..
It's neat when people share their talent like this. Thank you Jeremy Evans
I posted this to an LDS Facebook page and immediately asked how to buy a copy.
If he does sell them I hope he posts a link here and gets another story about
it! Also, we'd love to offer it as a giveaway on our page.-Janet
I've seen a couple of other pieces that Jeremy has done. He has a real
talent. If he really wants to make some money on this he ought to do a portrait
of The Jimmer!
Absolutely beautiful Jeremy. I love athletes that become a part of the
community they play in. Hope to have you around for a long time Jeremy!
Simply incredible! I would pay for a print of that piece of art.
This is truly a beautiful work of art. I think this fine young man has a
terrific future ahead of him!
Also, it's good to have the bulldog getting his knee healthy. He is getting
up there in basketball years, but he exudes leadership. I think the Jazz have a
better three deep PG rotation than just about anyone in the league. Obviously Mo
Williams is the starter, and there are a handful of elite PGs ahead of him, but
both Watson and Tinsley are excellent back ups, and it's hard to know who
to play. I go with Watson. With Mo out right now, you see the veteran leadership
of Watson and Tinsley, who have meshed different skill sets, bringing variety on
the court, but maintaining chemistry.
I have long found Evans interesting. His attitude comes across as grateful and
humble. Rather he plays much or not, Evans seems like a positive influence in
the clubhouse. The guy jumps out of the gym, is a talented artist, and maybe we
can hear him play guitar next.
That's amazing. I can't believe that he did that in an hour.
Evans' artistic ability is impressive. Great story, its nice to read good
things about professional sports players and get to know them a little better.
Way to go Earl Watson for getting this gift out there.
Oh, my word, that picture is stunning! What a talented young man he is.
That's one of the coolest articles I've read in a long time. Good
Awesome I want one!! Way cool Evans drew the Temple where I was married.