Justin Korver is an artist living and working in San Antonio, Texas. Originally from a small town in the northwest corner of Iowa, Korver moved to Holland, Michigan to complete his undergraduate work at Hope College. He also lived and worked briefly in New York through the N.Y.C.A.M.S. program where he interned with Phoebe Washburn. Korver received his MFA from the University of Texas at San Antonio where he taught introductory sculpture and 3D foundations. He is the recipient of multiple awards, including the Distinguished Artist Award, the Stanley Harrington Art Award, Herman Miller Award, the Art Presidential Fellowship, Peggy and Richard Valvert Endowment, & the Art Guys Endowment. While pursuing his graduate degree Korver worked with a number of arts organization in San Antonio. He works as an art handler at the Southwest School of Art, As the volunteer coordinator with Luminaria, and as an intern and associate educator at the Artpace. Korver is now a full-time lecturer at Texas A&M San Antonio. He has also exhibited extensively in Texas and nationally.