Alice Leese

Castolon Peak

Oil on Panel, 11 x 14″


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More about Castolon Peak

“Castolon Peak as viewed from Old Maverick Road. The small ghost town of Castolon sits near the peak. Cipriano Hernandez started the first store in the area here in the early 1900’s, Castolon includes the stare and the oldest standing adobe structure in Big Bend National Park, the Alvino House.” – Alice Leese

Matched with a custom handmade and gold-leafed frame by Mike Carroll of 16 Oaks frames in Christoval, Texas, in a design exclusively reserved for Leese. The frame’s curved carving on the inside and outside edges echoes the ever-present movement in Leese’s work.

Total dimensions: 13 x 16 x 1.5 in
Frame included


Alice Leese

Alice Leese

Leese grew up on the YT Ranch in Winkler County Texas, where she and her husband Rob live and work. She paints the landscape of the ranch that usually includes cows, cowboys, windmills, wildlife, the oil field, and the people who live there, presented in the present environment to illustrate the themes of conservation and adaptability. Leese’s work has been exhibited in museums and resides in collections around the country.

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