Kathryn Vermillion

Legacy and Legend

Texas Tree by Kathryn Vermillion  Texas Tree
52" x 52 " - Mixed Media on Wood
Limited Edition Print Available
Great-grandfather McMinn came to Texas as a young man in 1875. He bought a ranch across the flats from Capote Peak in the southern part of the Sierra Viejo Mountains in Presidio County. In 1890, he built a house in Marfa and planted the acorn of a burr oak in the front yard. That acorn grew into the giant oak tree that still shades the front yard of the old homestead today, measuring 65 feet tall with a diameter of over 12 feet.
Ancient Story by Kathryn Vermillion

Ancient Story
52" x 52 " - Mixed Media on Wood
Limited Edition Print Available

The Houghtons are an old family of Norman descent with a history dating back to 1066. Grandmother Christine brought the nobility, faith, and love of the Houghton legacy into my present.
Taking Chances by Kathryn Vermillion

Taking Chances
52" x 52 " - Mixed Media on Wood
Limited Edition Print Available

I come from a long line of gamblers. A map dating back to the 1600's represents the world when the first Vermillion traveled alone to America, at the age of 13. He worked as an indentured servant to a wealthy landowner and eventually earned his freedom. Ever since, Vermillion men and women have risked the unknown to make their dreams come true.

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