Alleh Seya Hawk


Alleh Seya Hawk

Richmond, Texas

Medium: Portraits in Charcoal, Pastel and Watercolor

Custom Portraits available


by Alleh Seya Hawk


by Alleh Seya Hawk


by Alleh Seya Hawk

Artist Bio

Born in South Dakota and raised as a global citizen (Air Force brat), Alleh Seya Hawk studied at Syracuse University, School of Visual and Performing Arts. She has spent over 20 years traveling and working as a Teaching Artist and Community Arts Advocate. The proud mother of one child, she is currently residing with family in Texas where she is very active in the local community; misses the state of Oregon and continues to refine her work as an illustrator, portrait artist and freelance graphic designer.

Artist Statement-I very much enjoy excavating and revitalizing the essence of my latest muse – whether that’s a person, place or thing. I want to hear the story, reflect the spirit, record the existence, celebrate the revival and be a part of the regeneration process.

In my work with kids, we explore the role of art in history, while developing an artistic “voice” to tell our stories, reflect our imagination and future dreams. In my work as a community arts advocate, it’s very similar. In both cases, Art becomes a bridge between the past, present and future; the real and unreal — expressing and reflecting the stories that would otherwise remain silent or risk being forgotten.

Sometimes my role as an artist or advocate is nothing more than to bear witness, listen and record; while other times it’s more active: to encourage, question and engage. In all cases, the story being told, taking shape or emerging is always at the center, being explored, discovered and shared.

I am moved by the communication of those stories around me; by history and creative narratives hidden everywhere, awaiting discovery and birth.

As an artist, that’s what hooked me — and why I continue to work, live and play in the field of “Visual Communication”.


Black Cowboy Museum

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Black Cowboy Museum

104 3rd Street
Rosenberg, Texas
 (281) 787-3308
Admission and Hours
Adults: $7 | Seniors (62+): , Children $5 (ages 5 to 15): , Children under 5 are Free
Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday
Group ToursPlease call 281-787-3308 for availability and to schedule a tourTour
#1: The Larry Callies TourIncludes complete tour of all exhibits in the Gallery with Larry Callies.Duration: 2 hoursCost: $7 per person; minimum 15 persons
Tour Package
#2: Museum TourIncludes complete tour of all exhibits in the Gallery with any tour guide.Duration: 1 hourCost: $5 per person; minimum 15 persons
In the Media
The Museum 
The Black Cowboy Museum in Rosenberg Texas is an amazing collection of stories and memorabilia dedicated to the history of the Black Cowboy in Texas History and Today. Please stop by and meet Larry Callis our local celebrity Black Cowboy.