the state. The border and the hill country. Everyone knew me as an artist doing a scientific job. I’ve been a full-time artist for twelve years now. The only difference is I can paint into the wee hours of the morning and not have to wake up and go to work. It’s pretty sweet.
15. What is the most important thing in your life? The most important things in my life are my family. JoAnne and I have been married forty-three years, I think. She is my partner and best friend. I have two children that I love to pieces, Kathryn and Chase. We have three dogs and several cats, and I must include painting, always seeing the world through an artist’s eyes, has been a true blessing I think.
16. If you could go back in time, which scene of your life would you like to live again and why? If I could go back in time I would choose 1974. I was finally living a dream of majoring in studio art. I had a little house in the barrio of San Angelo I rented for 50 dollars a month and I could stay up all night painting. Just like I do now, come to think of it. But I would like to be a strapping 25-year-old again. Its good karma for me to be doing exactly what I always wanted to do. Paint to my heart’s content.
Terry Allen Jones is currently working in a new collection for a solo exhibition on November 2018. firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.artsy.net/art-legacy/artist/terry-allen-jones www.artlegacytx.com
Terry and his daughter Kathryn
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