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"A very fine artist."
George H.W. Bush (1924-1918) 41st President of the United States
"Benjamin Knox is a treasure, a great Aggie, profound artist, and loyal friend."
Rick Perry, 47th Governor of the State of Texas (2000-2015) United States Secretary of Energy (2017-2019)
"I will hang your artwork where I can admire it frequently."
Arnold Schwarzenegger, actor, 38th Governor of California (2003-2011), and art collector
"Artist of the year."
The Arts Council Celebrate the Arts 2019
"Painting a Bright Future. Benjamin Knox went from a starving artist receiving scholarships to giving them."
Millionaire Blueprints Magazine
"You are a professional artist of the highest order."
Lt. General James F. Hollingsworth (1918-2010)
"We live in a home designed by Benjamin Knox and it is like living in a piece of beautiful art."
James Benham, CEO JBKnowledge
Benjamin Knox (born 1968 Lubbock, TX) has had a very illustrious professional art career since 1988 and has developed a very impressive clientele of friends and collectors. They boast of how his artwork is always a conversation piece, provides daily inspiration and beauty, and is passed down from one generation to the next. His artwork also makes for an enduring gift. Now is the optimal time to collect the artwork of Benjamin Knox, truly "a treasured investment." Here are some reasons why:
Texas A&M University College of Architecture 1990
Corps of Cadets class of 1990, Captain and Chaplain
Influential Architectural Critiques: Architects E. Fay Jones (1921-2004) and Charles Moore (1925-1993).
Over 20 years of Independent Studies with living master artists.
"The best student that I ever had."
Professor Dick Davison - Texas A&M College of Architecture
Benjamin has always been enraptured with the technique and style of historical artists like Rembrandt, Monet, Joaquin Sorolla, John Singer Sargent, Anders Zorn and Isaak Levitan. He asked, "How can I learn to paint like these great monumental artists of history?" The answer was to study with master living artists who were teaching the foundational principles of these great masters.