Noe Peralez specializes in painting political personalities, and athletes from the sport also known as the "sweet science" (boxing). However, he has also captured the world of wildlife, the quiet serenity of still lifes, and landscapes.Noe's work has began to gain notoriety in recent times. He has created paintings that have graced the covers of both national book and magazine publications. Connecticut book author Felix M. Rodriguez commissioned the artist to create a cover painting for his book "Dad, Me and Muhammad Ali'. (Barnes& Noble ) Prior to this, KO. boxing magazine contacted the artist to paint a cover issue to promote a major world title bout. Noe relates that he admires, and has been influenced by the work of several artists, many of them relatively unknown."Of the better known painters working today, my favorite is Richard Schmid .He has a unique painterly style and a colorful palette that seems his own". Noe was born and grew up in the Rio Grande Valley in deep south Texas. A native of Weslaco, he resides in Mission,Texas with his wife and three children.He extends a heartfelt thank you to all who have taken the time to visit the website to view his work.