Randy Bacon

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Randy  Bacon Caprock Canyons _2
Caprock Canyons #2, 2016
oil on canvas
18 x 36 in
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Randy  Bacon Between Austin and Lockhart
Between Austin and Lockhart, 2016
oil on canvas
12 x 48 in
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Randy  Bacon Between Moran and Baird _2
Between Moran and Baird #2, 2016
oil on canvas
16 x 72 in
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Randy  Bacon Copper Breaks
Copper Breaks, 2016
oil on canvas
20 x 16 in
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Randy  Bacon Longhorn Valley
Longhorn Valley, 2015
oil on canvas
14 x 66 in
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Randy  Bacon Old Henry_s House_ Lamesa _3
Old Henry's House, Lamesa #3, 2011
oil on canvas
17 x 60 in
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Randy  Bacon Route 66_ Amarillo
Route 66, Amarillo, 2013
oil on canvas
28 x 29 in
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Randy  Bacon Tuscola Canyon
Tuscola Canyon, 2015
oil on canvas
20 x 62 in
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Randy  Bacon

Randy Bacon

Randy Bacon Description

 

RANDY BACON (b. 1957)

 

Randy Bacon was born in Abilene and currently resides and works in Albany. He studied studio art at the University of Texas at Austin and earned his bachelor of fine arts degree in studio art and journalism from Southern Methodist University. Before choosing painting as his true vocation, Bacon was president of Stuart Bacon Advertising and Public Relations in Fort Worth, a full-service agency he cofounded with Jim Stuart.

During a summer fellowship in painting at the Vermont Studio Center, Bacon had the opportunity to improve his skill and develop his personal style. His decision to return to painting full-time followed. Continuing to grow as an artist, Bacon was awarded a full scholarship at Texas Christian University, where he earned his master of fine arts degree in painting.

Randy Bacon has always been attracted to the quality of light, the precise colors, and the big skies of his native state. In communicating a sense of place, Bacon often draws upon the people and venues of his life to bring about work where past, present, and future become blended, where memory and reality connect.

 

Selected Biographical and Career Highlights

  • 1957 Born in Abilene, Texas
  • 1976–77 Studio Art, University of Texas at Austin
  • 1980 BFA, Studio Art and Journalism, Southern Methodist University
  • 2003 Fellowship in painting, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont
  • 2007 MFA, Painting, Texas Christian University
  • Resides in Albany, Texas

 

Selected Exhibitions

  • 2007 The Artist's Eye, Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth
  • 2007 Hunting Art Prize Exhibition, Houston
  • 2007 The Texas Five, Museum of East Texas Culture, Palestine
  • 2007–12 Annual Invitational, Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, Canyon
  • 2008–12 Preservation is the Art of the City, Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Fort Worth
  • 2009 A Cell of One’s Own, The Old Jail Art Center, Albany
  • 2009 Trinity Perspectives, Views of An Urban River, Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Fort Worth
  • 2010 Art of the Red River War: A Clash of Cultures on the Southern Plains, Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, Canyon
  • 2010 Drawing on the Past: Selections from the Bobbie and John Nau Collection of Texas Art, Grace Museum, Abilene
  • 2011–12 Familiar Territory: The Art of Randy Bacon, National Ranching Heritage Center, Texas Tech University, Lubbock
  • 2012 Restless Heart: Contemporary Texas Regionalism, San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo
  • 2013 Holidays at the Haley, Haley Memorial Library, Midland
  • 2014 Painting in the Texas Tradition: Contemporary Texas Regionalism, Turner House, Dallas
  • 2015 Painting in the Texas Tradition: Contemporary Texas Regionalism, Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts, Spring
  • 2015 Ties that Bind: Contemporary Texas Regionalism, Turner House, Dallas

 

Selected Public Collections

  • Baldwin Anthony Securities Inc., Dallas
  • Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Grace Museum, Abilene
  • Mansefeldt Corporation, Abilene
  • Moncrief Oil, Fort Worth
  • Waterford Capital, Dallas
  • Woodbine Development Corporation, Dallas

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