Eldon Lux incorporates his history of cattle and horse raising and his knowledge gained working in the livestock industry in his art. Lux’s education in livestock selection and anatomy inspire him to create “images that accurately document the life and tradition of the ranching way of life.” In addition to his commissioned work, he worked with Walt Disney Imagineering as a staff extension in the character façade in plaster department.
His art is displayed in private collections nationally and abroad. A charter member of the Cowboy Artists Association of Florida, Lux raises registered Quarter Horses with his wife. He is a member of the Silver Spurs Riding Club, the Florida Cracker Cattle Association, and the Osceola County Wagon Train and Trail Ride Association. Lux has had careers as a saddle maker, blacksmith, freelance artist, and operator of a custom leather business. At one time he owned a cattle ranch and registered livestock sales.
Born and raised on a ranch, Lux graduation from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in animal science. As a college student, he was president of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Rodeo Association and judged livestock for the Future Farmers of America 4-H. He has worked at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Disney California Adventure, and Tokyo DisneySea in Tokyo, Japan. He lives in Kenansville, Florida.
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