Works from the Permanent Collection featuring "The Color of Horses," by Darol Dickinson and "Painter of Light" by G. Harvey.
The exhibit features works by well-known artist Gerald Harvey Jones, better known as G. Harvey, who was raised in Kerrville and attended Tivy High School.
“Harvey’s works, featuring the ‘Painter of Light’ style he helped make famous, would be collected by presidents and business leaders around the world,” a spokesperson for the museum said in a press release.
This exhibition features seven paintings from his Christmas card collection completed for collector L.D. Brinkman.
Also in the exhibit are 34 horse portraits by artist Dickinson that were commissioned by equine expert Ben Green for his book, “The Color of Horses.”
“Although Dickinson is considered one of the top equine artists in the country, he left the art world soon after the publication of this book and went on to become a world renowned Texas Longhorn rancher,” the MOWA spokesperson said.