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Award winning artist Hurst is recognized as one of the top sports artists in the country. Widely sought after by corporate and private collectors, his paintings and prints are owned by numerous notable collectors and athletes including Troy Aikman, David Robinson, Bob Lilly, Mary Lou Retton, the Babe Ruth Museum and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. Additionally, he has close, long-term working relationships with several organizations. Hurst travels all over the country promoting his work at both art and major sporting events, such as the Super Bowl and MLB All Star games. Hurst’s work has been published extensively in art and sports publications.
AFFILIATIONS, AWARDS, AND HONORS
Official Artist Texas Sports Hall of Fame 1997 – Present
Official Artist National College Baseball Hall of Fame 2006 – Present
Official Artist Texas Heritage Songwriters Hall of Fame 2010 – Present
Rodeo Austin (AKA Star of Texas Fair and Rodeo)
Official Artist 2001 – 2010
Chairman Competitive Arts Committee 2011- current
Judge for Competitive Arts 2007-2010
Ok kiddos, for those of you who missed my groundbreaking interview on Texas Country Reporter….here’s your chance to see the “barefoot, insubordinate artist”!! 6 hours of interviews at the Texas Sports Hall of Fame and my studio in Austin boiled down to 7 minutes you’ll never, EVER get back. Click on TCR link and then… go to “show times in your area”. Pass it on…..
“Texas Country Reporter” is a highly-acclaimed TV program that celebrates the history, emotion and beauty that make Texas and Texans so unique. Since 1972, Bob Phillips has traveled the backroads of the Lone Star State and shared the stories of real Texans. From artis…ts to cowboys, hobbyists to musicians, “Texas Country Reporter” explores the passions, interests, and lifestyles of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Every week you’re invited to hop in and travel with Bob as he meets the folks that make Texas such a special place. TO SUBMIT A STORY IDEA, GO HERE: http://www.texascountryreporter.com/ideas.htm