Jim Malone

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Jim Malone
JIM MALONE (American, 1943) Jim Malone was born in 1943 in Savannah, New York. He studied at State University of New York then attended graduate school at Texas Christian University. Malone has exhibited in solo and group shows across Texas, New York, Washington, D.C., New Mexico and Kansas. Known for his textured drawings and mixed media works depicting the hot, dry landscape of far West Texas, Malone works intuitively in part-draftsman, part-surrealist manner on paper, using a wide range of tools and colors. He makes frequent trips to the Big Bend region where he finds inspiration. “The artwork becomes a bit of a souvenir of experiences,” Malone says, as he describes his desire to capture and interpret not only the visual landscape but the energy of the environment there. Selected Biographical and Career Highlights 1943, Born Savannah, New York 1968, BA, State University of New York, Oswego 1968-70, Graduate study, Texas Christian University 1971, First Solo Exhibition, Austin College, Sherman, Texas Selected Exhibitions 1971, National Invitational Drawing Exhibition, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale 1972, Whitney Museum Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art, New York 1979, Fire, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas 1981, Collection ’81, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C. 1981, Mattingly-Baker Gallery, Dallas, Texas 1981-82, Jan Weiner Gallery, Topeka, Kansas 1994, Artist in Residence, Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas 2001, Carlsbad Museum and Art Center, New Mexico 2006, 25th Anniversary Show, Artspace 111, Fort Worth, Texas 2008-09, 9 x 12 Works on Paper Show, Fort Worth Community Arts Center 2016, Scene/Not Scene, Artspace 111, Fort Worth, Texas 2018, Gold Rush, Artspace 111, Fort Worth, Texas
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