About Us

Meet Your Coach

Andrew Fox

Art has always been a passion of mine. As a child, I constantly left pictures I had doodled for others to find. In grade school, I left ninja turtle drawings on my desk for the students in the next class. In middle school, I tried to convince the post office to include my drawings in their mail delivery. I also drew my characters and mailed them to Marvel in a sealed envelope stating “confidential.” I was inspired when I noticed my favorite comic book shop owner was presenting local artists’ comic renditions in their window. In high school, my teacher, Mr. Troxell, advocated to have my art displayed in hospitals and art galleries in Emporia.

I also painted my high school football billboard. Go Trojans! In basic training and throughout my ten-year military Army career, I created several murals, t-shirt designs, and unit pride memorabilia. I have frequented many local cons in Colorado, Kansas, Indianapolis, Utah, and Georgia. I spent most of my time touring artist alley. Now that I am on the other side of the table sharing my creative views, my dreams have come to fruition. I have been constantly encouraged by friends and family along the way. It wasn’t until my wife, Rachel Fox, convinced me to paint on glass and my sister, Kimberly Abernathy, found a way to uniquely customize and frame my creations that Crimson Fox Studios came to life. In the past year, we have created nearly 100 pieces. We hope to double that this year. None of this would be possible without the support of so many nerds who are just like me.