Jules Buck Jones
Jules Buck Jones is a practicing artist living and working in Austin, TX. His work stems from interests in biology, ecology, and mythology. Jules grew up in Virginia, earning his BFA from VCU in Richmond, VA in 2005 and receiving his MFA from UT Austin in 2008. Jules shows extensively throughout TX with solo shows in Dallas, Austin, and Houston. Jules is a member of the collaborative installation group Boozefox, and is president of the non-profit project space, MASS Gallery. He has attended residencies in Everglades National Park, Vermont, Studio Center, and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. He has participated in the 2009 and 2013 TX Biennial and was highlighted at the Houston Contemporary Art Fair in 2012. With a grant from the City of Austin, Jules is putting together a theatrical performance highlighting endangered species of Texas. He has exhibited at the Blanton Museum of Art and The Contemporary Austin. In 2015, Jones had solo shows at Conduit Gallery in Dallas and the Payne Gallery at Moravian College in PA.