(1929 - 2008)
Jim Reno was active/lived in Texas, West Virginia. Jim Reno is known for sculpture-horse portrait, figure.
Biography Jim Reno
A resident of Kerrville, Texas, Jim Reno is a sculptor of western subjects, especially horses and the depiction of their unique personalities and realistic movements. Other themes for Reno sculptures are portrait statues of historical figures including Robert Justus Kleberg Jr., founder of the King Ranch; Comanche Indian leader Quanah Parker; and famed cattleman Charles Goodnight. His work Dreams and Memories was commissioned by the rodeo executive committee in honor of the Texas Sesquicentennial.
Jim Reno grew up in New Castle, Indiana, riding racehorses and polo ponies and developed a special affection for those animals. He also showed early art talent and attended the John Herron Art Institute on a five-ye
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