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Albino Hinojosa was born in Atlanta, Texas in 1943 and lived his early life in Kildare, Texas. Upon graduation from Linden-Kildare High School he attended Texarkana College where he studied under Otis Lumpkin. From there he attended East Texas State University and studied under Charles McGough, Dr. Paul Kelpe and Jack Unruh. After graduation in 1966 he worked for Ling Temco Vaught as an illustrator where he received numerous honors in the commercial art field including Best of Show in Industrial Arts Methods Exhibition in Baltimore, Maryland in 1967. Since 1969 he has been exhibiting in fine arts exhibitions all across the country while teaching at Louisiana Tech University and helping to develop their Campus Graphics Department.
He is presently a member of the New York Society of Illustrators, Dallas Society of Visual Communications, International Society of Acrylic Painters (formerly National Association of Acrylic Painters), American Society of Portrait Artists, National Portrait Institute (Charter Member) and most recently the International Guild of Realism.
Hinojosa has exhibited in fourteen one-man shows and has paintings in permanent collections at the South Arkansas Art Center in El Dorado, Arkansas, and Masur Museum in Monroe, Louisiana, the Louisiana Tech University Art Gallery in Ruston, Louisiana the Louisiana State University Art Library, Eunice, Louisiana, the Tyler Museum of Fine Arts in Tyler, Texas, the Museum of American Illustration in New York City, New York, as well as over 100 pieces in the Louisiana Tech University Archives.
Albino Hinojosa retired from teaching at Louisiana Tech University in 2000 and paints out of his studio at his home in Ruston, Louisiana where he primarily devotes himself to promoting realism in the art world.
PERIODICALS CONTAINING ARTWORK OR ARTICLES ON ALBINO HINOJOSA
INDUSTRIAL ART METHODS (VOL 8 #7)
Cover Art. Published by Syndicate Magazines, Inc. New York, NY. July, 1969.
INDUSTRIAL ART METHODS (VOL 10 #3)
Cover Art. Published by Syndicate Magazines, Inc. New York, NY. March, 1971)
UNIQUITIES (VOL 1 #1)
Cover Art. Published by Department of Journalism, College of Arts and Sciences, Louisiana Tech University. Fall, 1972.
DELTA STYLE MAGAZINE
Hinojosa Draws Winning Poster, 2005 Squire Creek Louisiana Peach Festival. Published by Mare Sims Brennan, President. Monroe, Louisiana. May 2005. (Page 102)
THE INTERNATIONAL ARTIST MAGAZINE
August-September 2005, page 19
International Showcase of Award Winners
THE ARTISTS MAGAZINE
January 2003, page 14
September 2005, page 12
International Guild of Realism Award Winners
THE ARK-LA-TEX POSITIVE LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE
June 2005, page 54
Hinojosa Design Wins Peach Festival Poster Contest
by Nancy Bergeron
BOOKS WITH ARTWORK BY ALBINO HINOJOSA
Cover Art for paperback novel. Written by James B. Cheffin. Published by Belmont Books, New York, NY, 1972
Life Style (What It IS And How To Do It)
Cover Art and Illustrations. Written by Daniel Eckstein, Leroy Baruth & David Mahrer. Published by Kendall/Hunt, Dubuque, Iowa, 1975.
Illustrations. Edited by Walter Brooks. Published by Hastings House, New York, NY, 1975. (Pages 122 & 28.)
THE ALL TOGETHER BOOK
30TH Annual Portfolio. Produced by The Art Directors Club, Society of Illustrators California, Los Angeles, CA, 1975 (Page 82, 304 & 482)
THE ABC'S OF CLASSROOM DISCIPLINE
Cover Art and Illustrations. Written by Leroy Baruth and Daniel Eckstein. Published by Kendall/Hunt, Dubuque, Iowa, 1976.
Illustrations. Edited by Roland Descombes, Published by Hastings House, New York, NY, 1976. (Page 498)
200 YEARS OF AMERICAN ILLUSTRATION
Illustrations with text. Author/Editor Henry C. Pitz. Published by Random House, New York, NY, 1977 (Page 371)
LIFE STYLE: THEORY, PRACTICE & RESEARCH
Cover Art and Illustrations. Written by Leroy Baruth and Daniel Eckstein. Published by Kendall/Hunt, Dubuque, Iowa, 1978.
Annual for Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles. Editor & Designer, Frank Mediate Published by Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles. Los Angeles, CA, 1978.
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