Jack Terry

Cowboy Artist Jack Terry

Jack Terry

Jack Terry was born in West Texas as a fourth generation Texan. He began his art career as a young child drawing inspiration from his rancher grandfather and west Texas painting grandmother. With support and encouragement from his parents, Terry pursued his love of painting and by the age of 16 won more than 130 awards.

As a graduate of the University of Texas, he studied anatomy and design while displaying his paintings in various galleries throughout the State. Terry's big break came at 26 when he was named Bicentennial Artist of Texas; he had a one-man show in the Texas Capitol Rotunda and was commissioned to paint the late President Lyndon B. Johnson.

Race to the Other Side by Jack Terry
Race to the Other Side
A Charge to Keep by Jack Terry
A Charge to Keep

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