Charles Haman is a sculptor, print-maker, and painter living and working in Boise, Idaho. He was born and raised in Montana and moved to Idaho to pursue a BFA in sculpture from Boise State University. Charles has had an interesting and varied career, working as a graphic designer, illustrator, art director, tattoo artist, and vintage car restorer. In Cody, Wyoming, he apprenticed under the western bronze sculptor Harry Jackson – an apprentice of Jackson Pollock – who has work in the National Portrait Gallery. Charles also produced original western art – painting and sculpture – for local galleries. Since moving to Boise, Charles has had solo exhibitions, juried group exhibitions, and has exhibited work in the 2016, 2017, and 2018 juried exhibitions at Boise State University.