vtwindaddy

George Publishing/Movie Models & Mini's

vtwindaddy


About

George W. Jones was born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1945. He won a Gold Medal in Fine Arts and a full-tuition scholarship to the Cleveland Art Institute at the age of 16, and a 5-year contract with American Greetings Cards Company in the National Scholastic Art Competition of 1962 (which he turned down to pursue other interests).


In 1993, George won the National Rifle Association's coveted Silver medal, and in 1995, their Best Arms Award recommendation for his miniature. In 1988, George's work was a part of a 10-city, one-year tour of Japan, as well as the prestigious "Carre De Ore", in Montelimar, France, that same year. George’s work has appeared in the displays of numerous public and private American collections and museums, including The Washington D.C. Museum of Toys and Miniatures in 1986, and the Gene Autry Museum in Los Angeles, CA, in 1993. George was a featured guest in a two-part series on The Third Eye, a syndicated

Areas of Expertise

In 1993, George won the National Rifle Association's coveted Silver medal, and in 1995, their Best Arms Award recommendation for his miniature. In 1988, George's work was a part of a 10-city, one-year tour of Japan, as well as the prestigious "Carre De Ore", in Montelimar, France, that same year. George’s work has appeared in the displays of numerous public and private American collections and museums, including The Washington D.C. Museum of Toys and Miniatures in 1986, and the Gene Autry M

Professional Affiliations

In1996, George was chronicled in numerous prime-time TV news broadcasts, including Inside Edition Entertainment, and his work has appeared in countless newspaper, magazine and trade-journals. George has been a member of the Miniature Arms Society, Ltd., since 1988, and he became a juried, Artisan-member of the International Guild of Miniature Artisans, Ltd., in 1987

Books by George Publishing/Movie Models & Mini's