Jack Boynton

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Jack  Boynton Event in Green
Event in Green, c. 1970
acrylic on canvas
79.5 x 68 in
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Jack  Boynton Same Old 7 and 6
Same Old 7 and 6, 1959
graphite
5.5 x 12 in
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Jack  Boynton Stars and Stripes
Stars and Stripes, 1963
graphite on paper
10 x 10 in
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Jack  Boynton Sunstone
Sunstone, 1957
Mixed media on canvas
44 x 77 in
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Jack  Boynton Tehatchapie Pass
Tehatchapie Pass, 1968
acrylic on canvas
64 x 64 in
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Jack  Boynton Blind Beast
The Blind Beast, 1959
oil on canvas
70 x 80 in
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Jack  Boynton Untitled
Untitled, c. 1963
graphite on paper
10 x 10 in
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Jack  Boynton Untitled
Untitled (Purple Reductive Landscape), c. 1968
acrylic on canvas
64 x 64 in
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Jack  Boynton Untitled Drawing 9
Untitled Drawing 9, 1957
mixed media
11 x 6 in
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Jack  Boynton Untitled With Pheasant_s Feather
Untitled With Pheasant's Feather, 1988
mixed media
21 x 28 in
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Jack  Boynton

Jack Boynton

Jack Boynton Description

James Wesley (JACK) BOYNTON (1928–2010)

Jack Boynton was born in Fort Worth, Texas. He earned his bachelor and master of fine arts degrees from Texas Christian University and began exhibiting his paintings in 1950. Boynton was instrumental in creating the studio arts program at the University of St. Thomas; he joined the faculty in 1969 and served as professor until 1985. He was well-respected by his colleagues, one of whom mentioned that he could look at a piece of paper and see a dozen possibilities.

Selected Biographical and Career Highlights

  • 1928 Born Fort Worth, Texas
  • 1949 BFA, Commercial Art, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 1955 MFA, Painting, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 1955–57 Instructor, University of Houston, Houston, Texas
  • 1960–62 Instructor, Art Institute of San Francisco, California
  • 1967–69 Artist Fellowship, Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Los Angeles, California
  • 1969–85 Professor, University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas
  • 2010 Died in Houston, Texas

Selected Prizes, Awards

·       Texas Watercolor Society: Prize 1951,1953, 1954, 1955

  • 1953 Cash Prize, Cloud Strata, watercolor

·       Texas Fine Arts Association: Prize 1952, 1957

  • 1952 Prize
  • 1957 Prize

·       Texas General/Annual: Purchase Prize 1953; Cash Prize 1964

  • 1953 Purchase Prize, Limestone Edge, oil
  • 1964 Cash Prize, How the West was Won, oil

·       Houston Annual: Purchase Prize (2 works) 1955 (December)

  • 1955 (December) Purchase Prize, Thunderstorm: 1955, oil and Purchase Prize, Red Gate, casein

·       D. D. Feldman: Purchase Prize 1958; First Cash Prize 1956, Prize 1959

  • 1956 First Cash Prize, Downtown and Suburban
  • 1958 First Purchase Prize
  • 1959 Prize

·       Fort Worth Local: Prize 1951, 1952, 1954, 1955

  • 1951 Prize
  • 1952 Prize
  • 1954 Prize
  • 1955 Prize

·       Denver Art Museum: Purchase Prize 1958; Honorable Mention 1952, 1954

  • 1952 Honorable Mention
  • 1954 Honorable Mention
  • 1958 Purchase Prize, Room With a View

·       Other Exhibitions: Purchase Prize 1957 Butler Institute of American Art; Prize 1962 San Francisco Annual, 1968 Beaumont Art Museum, Oklahoma City Art Center; Honorable Mention 1954 New Orleans Annual, 1959 Art:USA:1959

  • 1954 Honorable Mention, New Orleans Annual
  • 1957 3rd Purchase Prize, Sun Trap, Butler Institute of American Art
  • 1959 Honorable Mention, Omen, Art:USA:1959
  • 1962 1st Prize, San Francisco Annual
  • 1968 Prize, Beaumont Art Museum
  • 1968 Prize, Oklahoma City Art Center

Selected Exhibitions

·       1950 12th Annual Exhibition of Texas Painting and Sculpture, 1950-1951, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Witte Museum, San Antonio; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

·       1950-53 Fort Worth Local Artists Annual, Fort Worth Art Association Gallery, Public Library, Fort Worth, Texas (prize 1951, 1952)

·       1951 Texas Watercolor Society 2nd Annual Exhibition, Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas (prize)

·       1951 13th Annual Exhibition of Texas Painting and Sculpture 1951-1952, circulated: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas

·       1951-52, 1954, 1958, 1967 New Orleans Annual, Delgado Museum, New Orleans, Louisiana (honorable mention 1954)

·       1951-52, 1954, 1957 Texas Fine Arts Association, Austin, Texas (prize 1952, 1957)

·       1952 Texas Contemporary Artists, M. Knoedler & Company, New York, New York; Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, Texas (catalogue)

·       1952 Texas Wildcat Exhibition, San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, California 

·       1952 14th Annual Exhibition of Texas Painting and Sculpture 1952, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Witte Museum, San Antonio; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

·       1952 Texas Watercolor Society 3rd Annual Exhibition, Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

·       1952, 1954-56, 1958, 1963 Western Annual, Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado (honorable mention 1952, 1954; purchase prize 1958)

·       1953 15th Annual Exhibition of Texas Painting and Sculpture 1953, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas (purchase prize)

·       1953 Texas Watercolor Society 4th Annual Exhibition, Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas, selection circulated: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Texas A&M University, College Station; Texas A&I College, Kingsville; Centennial Museum, Corpus Christi, Texas (cash prize)

·       1953, 1954, 1957, 1965 Artists West of the Mississippi, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado

·       1954 Paintings and Drawings by John Biggers and James Boynton, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

·       1954 Younger American Painters, Guggenheim Museum, New York, New York

·       1954 16th Annual Exhibition of Texas Painting and Sculpture 1954, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Witte Museum, San Antonio; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Fort Worth Art Center, Fort Worth, Texas

·       1954 Seventeen Years: An Exhibition of the First Prize Winners in the 17 Annual exhibitions of Work by Fort Worth Artists Held by the Fort Worth Art Association, Fort Worth Art Center, Fort Worth, Texas (catalogue)

·       1954 Texas Watercolor Society 5th Annual Exhibition, Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas (prize)

·       1954-55 Fort Worth Local Artists Annual, Fort Worth Art Center, Fort Worth, Texas (prize 1954, 1955)

·       1955 The World Around Us: 100 Years of American Landscape, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas

·       1955 Texas Watercolor Society 6th Annual Exhibition, Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas (prize)

·       1955 Pittsburg International, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania

·       1955 James W. Boynton, Fort Worth Art Center, Fort Worth, Texas (catalogue)

·       1955 31st Annual Exhibition of Houston Artists, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas (purchase prizes, 2 works)

·       1955 17th Annual Exhibition of Texas Painting and Sculpture 1955-1956, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Art Center of Fort Worth; Witte Museum, San Antonio; Texas Fine Arts Association, Austin, Texas

·       1956 D. D. Feldman Collection of Contemporary Texas Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas (first cash prize)

·       1956 18th Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture Exhibition 1956-1957, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Witte Museum, San Antonio; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Texas Fine Arts Association, Austin; Museum, Texas Tech, Lubbock, Texas

·       1956 6th Southwestern Exhibition of Prints and Drawings, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, traveled to: Centenary College, Shreveport, Louisiana; Elisabet Ney Museum, Austin, Texas; University of New Mexico, Albuquerque; Texas Tech College Museum, Lubbock; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas; University of Tulsa, Oklahoma; Oklahoma A&M College, Stillwater

·       1956 Recent Drawings USA, Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York

·       1956 Solo, La Galeria Escondido, Taos, New Mexico

·       1956 Gulf-Caribbean Art Exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, traveled to: Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica; Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg; Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado (catalogue)

·       1957 Pacemakers, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas (catalogue, text by Jermayne MacAgy)

·       1957-58 62nd-63rd American Exhibition, Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois

·       1957 Survey of Painting in Texas, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, circulated by American Federation of Arts (catalogue)

·       1957 Young America, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York

·       1957 Recent Contemporary Acquisitions—Houston, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas (catalogue)

·       1957 Juried Show, Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio (purchase prize)

·       1957 Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, South Carolina

·       1957 Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, New Mexico

·       1957-58 17 Contemporary American Painters, American Pavilion, World’s Fair, Brussels, traveled to: London, New York

·       1957–60 32nd-35th Annual Houston Artists Exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

·       1958 Texas Oil ’58, A Salute to the Oil Industry of the State by Texas Painters, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, traveled to: Bank of the Southwest, Houston; Dallas Public Library, Dallas; Republic National Bank of Dallas, Texas (catalogue)

·       1958 Annual Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York

·       1958 DD Feldman (purchase prize)

·       1958 American Painting, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond Virginia

·       1958 Fresh Paint—1958, A Selective Survey of Recent Western Painting, Thomas Welton Stanford Art Gallery, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California; de Young Museum, San Francisco, California (catalogue)

·       1958 The Premiere Paris Exhibition, Galerie du Colisee, Paris, France (catalogue)

·       1958 20th Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture Exhibition 1958-1959, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Witte Museum, San Antonio; TFAA, Laguna Gloria Gallery, Austin; Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont; San Angelo Art Club, San Angelo; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

·       1958, 1959 Solos, Barone Gallery, New York, New York

·       1959 26th Biennial of American Art, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

·       1959 Out of the Ordinary, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas

·       1959 Made in Texas by Texans, Dallas Museum of Contemporary Art, Sheraton-Dallas Hotel, Dallas, Texas (catalogue)

·       1959 Made in Texas by Texans, Dallas Museum of Contemporary Art, Dallas, Texas

·       1959 James (Jack) Boynton Drawings, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas

·       1959 Art:USA:1959, Coliseum, New York, New York (honorable mention)

·       1959 DD Feldman (prize)

·       1959 9th Southwestern Exhibition of Prints and Drawings, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas

·       1959–62 Solos, Balles Gallery, San Francisco, California

·       1961 Solo, Staempfli Gallery, New York, New York

·       1962 American Paintings from Houston Collections, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

·       1962 California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, California

·       1962 Recent Painting: The Figure, Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York

·       1962 Young Collections, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas

·       1962 San Francisco Annual, San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, California (1st prize)

·       1963 25th Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture Exhibition 1963-1964, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Centennial Art Museum, Corpus Christi; Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont; El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso; Witte Museum, San Antonio; University of Texas at Austin, Texas

·       1964 Solo, Louisiana Gallery, Houston, Texas

·       1964 26th Annual Texas Painting and Sculpture Exhibition 1964-1965, circulated: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont; Witte Museum, San Antonio; Texas Western College, El Paso; University of Texas at Austin, Texas (cash prize)

·       1966 Solo, David Gallery, Houston, Texas

·       1966 Texas Painting and Sculpture Exhibition 1966, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas

·       1967-68 Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York

·       1968 Annual, Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont, Texas (prize)

·       1968 The Sphere of Art in Texas, Texas Fine Arts Commission, Texas Pavilion, HemisFair ’68, San Antonio, Texas

·       1968 Oklahoma City Art Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (prize)

·       1969 Ten Tamarind Artists, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California

·       1969 Solo, Atelier Chapman Gallery, Dallas, Texas

·       1969 18th Exhibition of Southwestern Prints and Drawings, Dallas Museum of Fine Art, Dallas, Texas

·       1969 Solo, Beaumont Art Museum, Beaumont, Texas

·       1969 Los Angeles Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California

·       1970 Solo, Delgado Museum, New Orleans, Louisiana

·       1971 Texas Painting and Sculpture 71, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas

·       1971 Solo, University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas

·       1971 Tamarind: A Renaissance of Lithography, Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York, circulating exhibit

·       1971–72 Texas Painting and Sculpture: The 20th Century, Pollack Galleries, Owen Arts Center, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, traveled to: Witte Confluence Museum, HemisFair Plaza, San Antonio; University Art Museum, University of Texas at Austin; Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth; The Museum, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas (catalogue)

·       1972 19th Exhibition of Southwestern Prints and Drawings, Dallas Museum of Fine Art, Dallas, Texas

·       1972 Solo, Fort Worth Art Center, Fort Worth, Texas

·       1973 Contemporary American Art, Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York

·       1973 Contemporary Prints from the Collection of Charles D. and Dorothy Clark, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

·       1974 Solo, DuBose Gallery, Houston, Texas

·       1976 International Biennial Exhibition of Prints in Tokyo, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo and Kyoto

·       1976–86 Betty Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas (numerous regular and solo exhibitions)

·       1977 Santa Fe Selects, Santa Fe Festival of the Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico

·       1977 The Texas Thirty, Nave Museum, Victoria, Texas

·       1977 Ten From Houston, Art Center of Waco, Texas

·       1977 Solo, Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana

·       1978 Art and the Alphabet, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas (catalogue)

·       1978 Cowboys, Indians, and Settlers, Art Center of Waco, Texas

·       1979 Made in Texas, Huntington Gallery, University Art Museum, University of Texas at Austin, Texas (catalogue)

·       1979 Solo, University of Houston at Clear Lake City, Texas

·       1979 Doors: Houston Artists, Alley Theatre, Houston Festival, Houston, Texas (catalogue)

·       1979 Five Artists from Texas, George Belcher Gallery, San Francisco, California

·       1979 FIRE! Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas (catalogue)

·       1979 Meanwhile . . . American Works, 1947-1961, Menil Collection, Rice University Museum, Houston, Texas

·       1979 Wood in Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas (catalogue)

·       1980 Contemporary Drawings and Watercolors, Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York

·       1980 Cowboys and Indians—The Western Experience, Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Arvada, Colorado

·       1980 Invitational ’80, Longview Museum and Arts Center, Longview, Texas

·       1980 Recapitulation, 1928-1960, Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Texas (catalogue)

·       1980–81 Jack Boynton Retro / Spectrum, Amarillo Art Center, Amarillo, Texas, 1981 traveled to: Tyler Museum of Art, Art Center of Waco, Abilene Fine Arts Museum, and Beaumont Art Museum (catalogue)

·       1981 Moody Gallery Exhibition at Linda Durham Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico

·       1981 Celebration ’81—The Road Show, Assistance League of Houston, Two Houston Center, Houston, Texas

·       1981 Two Views of Houston, San Antonio Art Institute, San Antonio, Texas

·       1982 Art from Houston in Norway 1982, Stavanger Kunstforening, Norway; Tromso Kunstforening, Norway; Christiansand Kunstforening, Norway; Oslo Kunstforening, Norway (catalogue)

·       1982 Alumni Exhibition, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas

·       1982 Hearts and Flowers, Art Center of Waco, Texas

·       1982 A Peaceable Kingdom: Animals in Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas (catalogue)

·       1982 Solo, Anderson Art Ranch, Aspen, Colorado

·       1982 In Our Time: Houston’s Contemporary Arts Museum, 1948-1982, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas (catalogue)

·       1982 Recreating the World, University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas

·       1982 Solo, Cowtown Re-Entry, Gallery One, Fort Worth, Texas

·       1983 Images of Texas, Huntington Art Gallery, University of Texas at Austin, Texas, traveled to: Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi; Amarillo Art Center, Amarillo, Texas (catalogue)

·       1983 A Salute to Houston Artists, Midtown Art Center, Houston, Texas

·       1983 A Partial Look: Selected Works from the Corporate Art Collection of Atlantic Richfield Company, Dallas, Texas, Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, Texas (catalogue)

·       1983 Bluebonnets and Other Flora, Cultural Activities Center, Temple, Texas

·       1983 4th Texas Sculpture Symposium, Soho Gallery, Austin, Texas

·       1983 Solo, Extended Vacation Pictures, Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas

·       1983 Nine Realities, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas

·       1984 Word Images, San Antonio Art Institute, San Antonio, Texas

·       1984 Gateway Gallery Experience, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas

·       1985 Fresh Paint: The Houston School, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, traveled to: Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Inc. (MoMA PS1), Queens, New York; Oklahoma Contemporary Art Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (catalogue)

·       1985 The New Nude, Midtown Art Center, Houston, Texas

·       1985 Drawings: Coast to Coast, Gallery One, Fort Worth, Texas

·       1985-86 Texas Visions – A Celebration of Texas Artists, organized by the Art League of Houston, Museum of Art of the American West, Houston, Texas, traveled to: Live Oak Art Club, Columbus; Abilene Fine Arts Museum, Abilene; Lufkin Historical and Creative Art Center, Lufkin; Rockport Art Center, Rockport; McAllen International Museum, McAllen; Fort Bend County Museum, Richmond, Texas (catalogue)

·       1986 The Texas Landscape 1900-1986, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas (catalogue)

·       1986 Beyond Regionalism: The Fort Worth School (1945-1955), Old Jail Art Center, Albany, Texas

·       1986 Houston Printmakers, Goethe Institute, Houston German Cultural Center, Houston, Texas

·       1986 Selections from the Permanent Collection, Art Center of Waco, Texas

·       1986 Sesqui-Tex Series, William Campbell Gallery (formerly Gallery One), Fort Worth, Texas

·       1986 Collaborators: Artists Working Together in Houston 1969-1986, Glassell School, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas (catalogue)

·       1988 One + One: Collaborations by Artists and Writers, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

·       1989 Jack Boynton: Homecoming ’89, A Thumbnail Retrospective, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas (catalogue)

·       1993 Artists’ Progress: Seven Houston Artists 1943-1993, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas (catalogue)

·       1995 Texas Myths and Realities, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas (catalogue)

·       1999 Jack Boynton and Bob Fowler, Robinson Galleries, Houston, Texas

·       1999 An Exhibition of Works by Jack Boynton, Mary Couts Burnett Library, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas

·       2004 A Selection of Art Made in Houston 1950-1965, Brazos Projects, Brazos Bookstore, Houston, Texas

·       2006 Houston Art in Houston Collections: Works from 1900 to 1965, Heritage Society Museum, Houston, Texas

·       2007 Texas Modern: The Rediscovery of Early Texas Abstraction (1935-1965), Martin Museum of Art, Baylor University, Waco, Texas (catalogue)

·       2007 Jack Boynton and Richard Stout: Early Works in Houston, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas

·       2008 The Texas Aesthetic: Contemporary Texas Regionalism, Annual Exhibition, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas

·       2009 Painting West Texas: 35 Artists/100 Years, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas (catalogue)

·       2009 Back to the Future: Elements of “Modern” in Mid-Century Texas Art, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas

·       2009 Six Decades of Jack Boynton, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas

·       2009 A Texas Sampler: Vintage Paintings by Thirty Texas Artists, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas

·       2009 Texas Paper: Watercolors, Pastels and Drawings from the Lone Star State, 1938-2008, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas

·       2010 Water Rites: Rivers, Lakes, and Streams in Texas Art, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas

·       2010 Third Anniversary Show: A Tribute to Houston Artists, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas

·       2011 Southeast Texas Art: Cross-Currents and Influences, 1925–1965, Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, Texas

·       2011 Lone Star Modernism: A Celebration of Mid-Century Texas Art, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas

·       2011 Portrait of Houston: 1900–2011, Alliance Gallery, Houston Arts Alliance, Houston, Texas (catalogue)

·       2011 Breakthrough: Sixty Years of Texas Abstraction, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas

·       2012 A Survey of Texas Modernists, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas

·       2013 Restless Heart: The Collectors’ Quest to Find Texas in Art, San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo, Texas

·       2013 Rhythms of Modernism, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas

·       2014 Houston Founders at City Hall Art Exhibition, City Hall, Houston, Texas

·       2014 A New Visual Vocabulary: Developments in Texas Modernism 1935-1965, One Allen Center, Lobby Gallery, Houston, Texas

·       2014 Lone Star Masters of Modernism, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas

·       2015 Bayou City Chic: Progressive Streams of Modern Art in Houston, Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, Texas (catalogue)

·       2015 The Reductive Landscape: Paintings & Drawings by Jack Boynton and McKie Trotter, William Reaves Fine Art, Houston, Texas

Selected Public Collections

  • Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas
  • Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio
  • Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas
  • Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado
  • Guggenheim Museum, New York, New York
  • La Jolla Museum of Art, La Jolla, California
  • Los Angeles Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California
  • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
  • Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York
  • Museum of New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Pasadena Museum of Art, Pasadena, California
  • Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Los Angeles, California
  • University of California at Los Angeles, California
  • University of Texas at Austin, Texas
  • Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut
  • Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York
  • Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas

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