Jack Terry was born in West Texas in 1952. He began his art as a young child, winning his first of many awards at the age of nine. He credits much of his inspiration to his grandfather, a Texas rancher and his grandmother, who painted the landscapes and people of West Texas. In 1967, he was named Bicentennial Artist in Texas and was honored with a one-man exhibit in the Texas Capitol Rotunda. In1990, Jack and his wife Mary began Jack Terry Fine Art Publishing. Jackís paintings hang throughout the world, including the houses of Dick Clark, Travis Tritt, President George W. Bush, and The Lyndon B. Johnson Library. Jack and Mary now reside in Georgetown, Texas, and Jack spends as much time as possible at his ranch living the cowboy life with their family. Visit www.jackterryart.com to see more images.