James Loveless graduated with a B.F.A. from the Kansas City Art Institute in 1978.
Some of his clients include FedEx, Ralston Purina, Anheuser Busch, Six Flags over Mid-America, Alka-Seltzer and Kentucky Fried Chicken. He currently has active memberships in The Oil Painters of America, the American Plains Artists and the National Oil & Acrylic Painters Society. He is honored for inclusion in the Oil Painters of America national exhibition 2022. Loveless has studied with Martin Grelle, John Buxton and Bruce Greene. Loveless sells western art originals and prints and completes private commissions. He began to draw and paint memories of his childhood spent with his ranching grandfather and Native American grandmother. Loveless’ subjects include painting the relationships of African Americans, Native Americans and Mexican Americans in the development of the old west.
He creates paintings and investigates research of the relationships of women, African Americans, Native Americans and Mexican Americans in the development of the old west during the 1800’s.