Lincoln Fox ~ Biography

Lincoln Fox Resume

Born:1942, Morrilton, Arkansas

Education:B.F.A., University of Texas at Austin,
M.A., University of Dallas, Irvine, Texas,
M.F.A., University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas

Selected Shows, Juried Exhibitions and Professional Activities

    • Mid-America I Exhibition, Kansas City, Missouri (Sculpture Award)

    • International Art & Craft Exhibition, McAllen, Texas (Sculpture Award)

    • 60th Annual National Competition of American Art, Jackson, Mississippi (Purchase Award)

    • Southwest Fine Arts Biennial, Museum of New Mexico (Juror Award)

    • First Contemporary International Exhibition, Chico, California

    • Museum of Fine Arts, Riverside, California

    • National Rendezvous of Western Art, Helena, Montana

    • The West Returns to Grand Central, Grand Central Gallery, New York, New York

    • National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center, Solon Borglum Memorial Sculpture Exhibition (Bronze Medal)

    • One-Man Show - Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (Two months, 46 pieces shown)

    • One-Man Show - O'Brien's Art Emporium, Scottsdale, Arizona

    • One-Man Show - Kennedy Galleries, New York, New York

    • One-Man Show - Fine Arts Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico

    • One-Man Show - El Paso Fine Arts Museum, El Paso, Texas

    • New Mexico in Toronto, Linda Durham Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    • Oklahoma Fine Arts Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    • National Academy of Western Art, National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    • Western Heritage Sale and Auction Show, Houston, Texas

    • National Sculpture Society's 49th to Present Annual Exhibitions, New York, New York (Misner Award, 1982)(Bedi-Makky Prize, 1985)

    • National Western Artists, Lubbock, Texas (Silver Medal, 1984) (Gold Medal, 1985)

    • Grand National Exhibition, American Artists Professional League, New York, New York, (Medal of Honor)

    • Member National Sculpture Society, since 1982 (Advanced to "Fellow" 1990)

    • Texas Cowboy Artists (Gold Medal, 1986) (House Foundry Award, 1986)

    • Listed in "Who's Who in American Art"

    • Listed in "Men of Achievement", International Biographical Center, Cambridge, England

    • Independent Study in Western Europe, Africa, Mediterranean and Mid-East

    Selected Commissions

    • "Before the Second Coming", 16'x16' relief (cold cast bronze), Ruidoso, New Mexico

    • "Star Shooter", Franklin Mint, Franklin Center, Pennsylvania

    • "Dream of Flight", 17' work, Albuquerque International Airport, Albuquerque, New Mexico

    • "The Shepard", 16' work, Albuquerque Fine Arts Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico

    • "In the Cool of the Day", 9' bronze, San Angelo, Texas

    • "Beside the Stream", (4) life-size bronze figures, Santa Fe, New Mexico

    • "Strength of One", 14' fountain, near Montgomery, Alabama

    • "The Aspen Grove", 11' double arched doors of bronze, etched glass and hammered copper, Aspen, Colorado

    • "Global Family Tree of Life", 32' tall work for the United Nations, U.N.E.P. and Aichi Prefecture, Japan

    • "Freedom", 23' soaring eagle and books, Angelo State University, San Angelo, Texas

    • "Song for the Deer", 16' work, Denver West, Colorado

    • "Sharing the Golden Moment", prospector and burro, life size, Golden, Colorado

    • "Heaven Bound", 8' bronze archer, Carefree, Arizona