Clemente F. Guzman III

Clemente F. Guzman III


Born in Martinez, California; resides in San Antonio


Painted: Government Canyon SNA, Lake Somerville SP & Trailway, and Palmetto SP



Commercial Art Diploma, Mankato Technical Institute, Mankato, Minnesota, 1987 

Willmar Senior High School, Willmar, Minnesota, 1985

Edgewood High School, San Antonio, 1982–1984 


Career Highlights

Staff Artist for Texas Parks and Wildlife, 1988–2017. During which time created:

Texas conservation license plates: White-Tailed Deer, Largemouth Bass, Camping, Diamondback Rattlesnake, and Lucifer Hummingbird

Texas game stamps: Muzzleloader Hunting (4), Freshwater Trout (5), White-Winged Dove (7), Archery Hunting (17)

Posters for Texas Wildlife Expo, Great Texas Birding Classic, Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center, Texas Game Warden Memorial, Texas State Railroad

Poster Winner, Tejano Conjunto Festival en San Antonio, 1992, 1995, 2002

Stamp Art Winner, California Upland Game Bird Stamp Art Contest, Sacramento, 2012

Poster Commission, Earth Day Bay Day Coastal Bend Bay Foundation, Corpus Christi, 2014

Poster Design, Texas Book Festival, 2021


Selected Exhibitions

A Book Maker’s Art, Stark Galleries, Texas A&M University, College Station, 2018 (Book by same title published by TAMU Press, 2018)

Wildlife Art Window Decals, Oso Bay Wetlands Preserve Learning Center, Corpus Christi, 2016

Texas Wild Bunch Professional Artists Annual Show and Sale, YO Ranch Resort Hotel, Kerrville, 2002–2012

Annual Art Show, White Photographic & Gallery with fellow artists Rob Fleming, Charles Shaw, and Ragan Gennusa, Dripping Springs, 1990s 


Selected Publications

Books illustrated:

           Viva Texas Rivers! Adventures, Misadventures, and Glimpses of Nirvana along Our Storied Waterways, by Sam L. Pfiester and Steven L. Davis, published by Texas A&M University Press, cover illustration, 2021

The Whistlers by R. O. Vizcaya, 2009

Scout, the Christmas Dog by Andrew Sansom, 2006; also created artwork for cover and article on this book for Texas Co-op Power magazine, December 2006

Hummingbirds of Texas by Clifford E. Shackelford, Madge M. Lindsay, and Mark Klym, 2005

Birds of the Texas Hill Country by Mark W Lockwood, 2001

Limited edition print, Monarch of the Hill Country, commissioned by Texas State University, San Marcos, 2007

Cover artwork created:

Texas Parks and Wildlife magazine (In the Rio Grande Valley, December 2017; Rivers of Song, December 2015; Captured on Canvas, December 2013; Turkey Talk, March 2012)

The Adventures of Kele: Boy of the Rock Shelter: The Far Horizon by Ralph E. Jones, 2012

Puro Conjunto: An Album in Words & Pictures, edited by Juan Tejeda and Avelardo Valdez, 2001

Texas Hunting Guide, 1991–1992 and 1994–1995

Fishing Guide Recreational Fresh and Saltwater, 1992–1993, 1993–1994, and 1995–1996


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