John Coleman is a multi-faceted artist working proficiently in the genres of sculpture, oils, and charcoal. His love of history and philosophy have enabled him to develop a profound connection to the subjects he portrays.
Always an advocate for traditional art, Coleman was pleased to demo at the first Fine Art Conference and Expo (FACE) event held in Miami Beach, Florida, last year. FACE was a gathering of talented artists from around the world whose purpose is to bring focus back to traditional art.
Coleman has received many accolades and awards and is honored to be chosen to receive the first Artist of Excellence Award at the Booth Museum in February 2019. He is past president of the Cowboy Artists of America (CAA) and has served on the board of the National Sculpture Society in New York City. In his hometown of Prescott, Arizona, Coleman has served on the board of the Preservation Commission and the Phippen Museum, and is a current board member of the Granite Mountain Hotshot Memorial Partnership. He is an emeritus member of the CAA, a fellow member of the National Sculpture Society, and a signature member of the California Art Club.