Jeb Matulich, a native Texan and son of a Texas high school football coach got to experience almost every region of Texas while growing up. Moving every two to three years was the norm in his family.
Playing sports, exploring, collecting baseball cards, and drawing kept him busy for sure. Drawing and painting stood out and became passions of his at a very young age. Jeb would spend hours drawing from Sports Illustrated magazines and Air Force publications to fill his time. After a couple of art courses in middle school he was hooked for life. Jeb was a nationally acclaimed draftsman in high school which led to his pursuit of an Architecture degree at Texas Tech University in the early 90’s. Three changes in his major later, he found himself teaching and coaching like his father. Jeb finds inspiration for his artwork and designs from all things Texana and the southwest. His subject matter ranges from old rusty neon signs and landscapes, to Texas landmarks and maps.
His love for Texas and design led him to pair up with a fellow teacher, Brian Wysong to form Tumbleweed TexStyles in the fall of 2011. Together they have created one of the most well-known Texas apparel companies in the south that is still thriving today. Jeb currently is a high school art teacher in Frisco, Texas. You can find Jeb at the local thrift store or first in line at an area estate sale looking to find materials and ideas for his artwork.
In 2018, Refine Outfitters was launched alongside Brian, Summitt, and Arthur as a way to combine their love forChrist, serving others, and great design.
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