Noe Perez


Noe Perez
NOE PEREZ (b. 1958) Noe Perez was born and raised in Falfurrias, Texas. Interested in art from a young age, Perez’s artistic education began in his early teens as he studied with various local artists. Despite his love of art, he chose to major in engineering. Perez earned his bachelor of science degree in civil engineering at A&I University and he continues to work in that field today. Unwilling to put aside his intense interest in art, Perez has continued to advance his artistic abilities, attending plein air painting workshops with Plein-Air Painters of America artists Ron Rechner and George Strickland. Much of his work is done in the studio from photographs and plein air studies. Perez believes that plein air painting is an essential exercise for any landscape painter and he paints outdoors whenever possible. He paints the South Texas landscape—dusty terrain dotted with low brush and cactus in bright sunlight—using beautifully realistic colors that are equally muted and vibrant. Noe Perez is a master at capturing the beauty and essence of South Texas from Corpus Christi to the Rio Grande. Selected Biographical and Career Highlights 1958 Born in Falfurrias, Texas 1979 BS, Civil Engineering, A&I University, Kingsville 2009 and 2011 Honorable Mention for Artistic Excellence, Jury’s Top 50, Salon International Art Show, Greenhouse Gallery, San Antonio 2010 Included in Texas Traditions, Fresno Fine Art Publications, LLC Resides in Corpus Christi, Texas Selected Exhibitions 2006–08 Night of Artists, Briscoe Western Art Museum, San Antonio 2008–11 Salon International, Greenhouse Gallery, San Antonio 2010 Texas Traditions, Heritage Gallery, Dallas and Insight Gallery, Fredericksburg 2010–11 Alamo Kiwanis Show, San Antonio 2012 Restless Heart: Contemporary Texas Regionalism, San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo 2013 Holidays at the Haley, Haley Memorial Library, Midland 2014 Painting in the Texas Tradition: Contemporary Texas Regionalism, Turner House, Dallas 2015 Painting in the Texas Tradition: Contemporary Texas Regionalism, Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts, Spring 2015 Ties that Bind: Contemporary Texas Regionalism, Turner House, Dallas Selected Public Collections Icon Bank, Galleria Houston King Ranch, Kingsville Kleberg National Bank, Kingsville San Jacinto Title Co., Corpus Christi University of Texas at San Antonio,h_400,c_fill/8f7wh3pz5mqaydwycd90.jpg