Rusty Jones, MS, FAMI

Medical Illustrator


  • University of Texas Health Science Center at Dallas, 1974-1976

    Master of Science in Medical Illustration
    Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Communications

  • University of Texas at Austin, 1972-1974

    Major in Painting, Minor in Biology

  • Texas A& M University, 1971-1972

    Major in veterinary medicine

  • Association of Medical Illustrators (AMI)

    Professional Member in 1978, Fellow since 1983


Prior to joining MediVisuals in 2004, Rusty was owner and CEO of Lawyers Media, a full-service demonstrative evidence development company. Concurrently, Rusty was owner and CEO of Pinnacle Publishing company, a medical publishing company specializing in patient education materials distributed through private medical practices. As a medical illustrator, Rusty has produced illustrations for numerous medical journals, patient education publishers, pharmaceutical companies, medical product companies, and medical textbook publishers.

In addition to medical illustration, Rusty has become a nationally recognized landscape painter with representation in seven galleries throughout the western United States. Rusty is also well-known for his sports illustrations that have appeared in Golf Magazine, Golf Digest magazine, Golf Journal and Golf Illustrated Magazine. His sports art has also been published by the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, the United States Olympic Committee, and Golf House, the national museum for the United States Golf Association.

Fun Facts

When not producing medical art, Rusty can be found traveling throughout the country painting on location as he gathers research material for larger studio works. His golf illustrations once landed him a portrait commission and lunch at the 1991 Masters Golf Tournament with 1935 Masters champion Gene Sarazen.

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