About Randy Cox
Randy Cox was born in Gainesville, Texas, just 7 miles from the Red River and Indian Territory where his Cherokee great-grandmother settled a few years after the "Trail of Tears".
Having grown up in the oil patch, Randy's first sculptures were cowboys and indians fashioned from the red clay his father brought home from the drilling sites.
He attended Cooke County Junior College, Plano University, and North Texas State University, finally receiving an honorary degree from Dallas Baptist College.
He and his wife, painter Deborah Bell, owned and operated Touch of Texas Gallery in Carrollton, Texas, for many years until deciding to devote more time to personal art and travel.
Currently, Randy maintains a private bronze foundry and studio at his home in North Texas. His bronze sculptures have appeared in galleries and shows throughout the Southwest as he continues to use the challenge of sculpture to explore and regain the Native American heritage denied by circumstance of history.