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Southwest Art Magazine Feb. 2017"So honored to be part of the feature article in Southwest Art Magazine, Feb 2017. My painting, "Charles F. Lummis and the Songs of Old Spanish California, 1904" went to a fabulous couple whom I also handed a DVD titled, "History in the Making", A journey through the process I undertook to begin and finish this historical narrative"
- JoAnn Peralta


JoAnn Peralta, fine artist, was honored to have her painting, "Heart of the West" 30x20, oil on linen, as one of the featured paintings in the Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine article, "The Enduring Appeal of Youth" by writer, Max Gillies (issue Dec. 2016).

** This magnificent painting is currently on display at the Longworth Building on Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C.

JoAnn Peralta is featured in the ART of the WEST Magazine, Jan/Feb 2016 issue, by acclaimed writer, Vicki Stavig.


"When one thinks of "the west" one traditionally thinks of cowboys and Indians. However, the west was never singularly formed by these two genres alone. While the Indians were the first peoples on the Western frontier, also present on the face of the land prior to the settlement of pioneers, traders, trappers and Chinese, were people of Spain and Mexico. Many stayed when California became part of the Union...I try to tell their story and what helped shaped the America we know today." -- JoAnn Peralta

Western Art Collector Magazine
Evening Glow"Read about JoAnn Peralta in the featured article of the Dec. 2012 issue of Western Art Collector Magazine!" In that article, written by Special Advisor to the Autry Master's Show, John Geraghty, is a step by step description of how J.Peralta executed her Master's 2013 signature piece, "Evening Glow".

Henry Darrow as "Manolito Montoya"

Henry DarrowActor, Henry Darrow signing giclee prints of JoAnn Peralta's painting, "Henry Darrow, as Manolito Montoya."




J.Peralta poses with original painting, "Manolito Montoya". Prints are offered through Greenwich Workshop.



JoAnn Peralta poses with original painting, "Manolito Montoya". Henry Darrow and his wife, Lauren, own the original and it hangs in his office. It was purchased by Lauren as an 80th birthday gift to Henry by her.