Discover the stunning art of the world’s most famous ranch at the Witte Museum’s newest exhibition King Ranch: A Legacy in Art, Noe Perez.
King Ranch, established in 1853, looms large in Texas and American history and perhaps even larger in the popular imagination. From its founding by Richard King to the present day. King Ranch has indelibly captured for generations the essence of the American West.
King Ranch: A Legacy in Art, Noe Perez presents evocative visual narratives, through Perez’s paintings and artifacts from and about King Ranch. The exhibition reveals the lifeways and traditions of King Ranch and its place in the artistic heritage of the region. Perez’s landscapes serve as a reminder of the beautiful, vast and rugged place that is King Ranch.
Noe Perez is a contemporary Texas painter living in Corpus Christi. He has painted his native South Texas his entire life and his works have been on display at the Witte Museum in San Antonio, the San Angelo Museum of Fine Art, the Nave Museum in Victoria, the Mayborn Museum at Baylor University in Waco, and at the Texas State Capitol Rotunda in Austin.
King Ranch: A Legacy in Art, Noe Perez will run through March 3, 2022 in the 2nd floor gallery located near Kittie West Nelson Ferguson People of the Pecos Gallery and is included with Museum Admission.
King Ranch: A Legacy of Art, Noe Perez coincides the accompanying publication of the same name available at the Bolner Family Museum Store or shop online.
King Ranch: A Legacy of Art is presented by King Ranch, Inc. and generously supported by EOG Resources and the Holt Family Foundation.