HENRY HOWARD JR., is a resident artist in Dallas, Texas. He is the son of late artist Henry Howard Sr., and Anna E Howard. Henry’s interest in art began at the age of 14, inspired by his father, His early training was at Crozier Tech. HS., EL Centro College and Southern Methodist University. Henry was involved in the Dallas City Arts Programs, one of three artists selected to direct, educate and train Dallas High School Students in the design and execution of citywide murals. Henry also worked with Community Center for the Arts teaching art classes to children ranging in age from 4-6 years old Henry has exhibited at higher learning institutions throughout the city of Dallas. He has shown his art at Dallas City Hall, South Dallas Cultural Center, Southern Methodist University and local galleries. He also has a permanent installation located in the galleries. He also has a permanent installation located in the galleries. He also has a permanent installation located in the MLK Library. Henry’s major influences were his father, John Biggers, Henry Ossawa Tanner, Walter Wynn, Nathan Jones, Arthello Beck, Frank Frazier and Jean lacy. Art instructors, Roger Winters, John Schrup and posthumously Lawrence Scholder. His mediums are primarily oil and graphite, he is also trained in intalog. Heny is currently creating a new body of work comprised of intimate graphite drawings.
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