Jim T. Cox
It is my hope that my art work represents the traditional influences of my instructors with my visual and emotional interpretations brought on by observation, study and painting from life as much as possible.
I approach teaching with the idea that I am sharing what I have learned from my instructors.
Criticism only helps if it is constructive and objective. Instead of boundaries I want to offer options and alternatives.
Introduced to the Arts by his parents at an early age. Enrolled in Art Classes at the age of seven.
Earl instruction by New Mexico artist, Ann Mann and Oklahoma artist L. Dano Keyes
College experience at Texas Tech University, studying architecture and design
Apprenticeship with Texas Artist Dalhart Windberg
Atelier training at the Schuler School and the Mitchell School in Baltimore, Md.
Workshop training with Daniel Greene, Simon Michael, and A.D. Greer
Teaching experience spanning twenty years with adults and youth
Workshops and Demonstrations
Texas: Victoria, Houston, Dallas, Austin Marble Falls, Buchanan Dam, Llano, Hallettsville and Katy
Baltimore, MD: The Mitchell School of Fine Arts and the Muse Studio
Bethesda, MD: The International Development Bank
Angel Fire, NM: Angel Fire Community Center and Moreno Valley High School
Taos New Mexico: Taos Do It Yourself Picture Framing
Taos, NM: Taos Fine Art
Taos, NM: Creative Framing and Gallery
Washington, DC: Foxhall Gallery
Well fleet, MA: Left Bank Gallery