Jason Smith, aka The Crafty Cowboy was born on Marine Corps Base 29 in Palms, CA to Marines William and Loretta Smith. He and his family then moved to Winston-Salem, NC in 1986 when he was three years old. He graduated high school in May of 2001 and two months later shipped off to U.S. Navy basic training in Great Lakes, IL. He spent 5 years on active duty and served two tours of duty in Iraq as a Fleet Marine Force Corpsman.
Jason now resides in Gainesville, GA with his wife Pam and has been painting for about 7 years. He specializes in many forms of art ranging from mixed media painting to wood carving. As a disabled vet, Jason is not able to work, but he loves drawing and painting. He had always wanted his own business, but being unable to start one on his own, his loving wife Pam started a home-based business for him.
Aardvark Antiques is proud to have some of Jason’s pieces on consignment. Come in an see for yourself the talent that this U.S. vet has and the effort that he applies in increasing his business and your support will be much appreciated!
Click here to watch a live interview with Jason Smith, The Crafty Cowboy, in the Aardvark Art Gallery. Find out how Jason got started, what inspires him, his mixed media art, and how he got the name The Crafty Cowboy.