Jeff Sewell’s Back to the Ranch Exhibit

This collection contains paintings created within Aliso and Wood Canyon Wilderness Park. The park was part of Moulton Ranch, a nearly 22,000-acre farming and ranching operation.

Jeff Sewell created this oil on canvas in Aliso Wood Canyon (2023).

Did You Know?

  • Some of the Moulton Ranch corrals that were used for both sheep and cattle operations still stand in the canyon near Soka University.
  • Aliso and Wood Canyon Wilderness Park is nearly 4,500 acres.
  • Lewis Moulton purchased Moulton Ranch from Cyrus Rawson in 1895.
  • The Moulton family, working with California Rangeland Trust, has preserved their 14,000-acre ranch in Lompoc, CA through a conservation easement to prevent future commercial development.

Moulton Museum is proud to celebrate the pioneer spirit with our local community. We couldn’t think of a better way to transport you back in time than to enlist the creative talents of local artist, Jeff Sewell, as he preserves the living history found in Aliso and Woods Canyon Wilderness Park.

We are fortunate to work with such talented individuals who have the ability to capture the natural beauty of the land that has comprised Moulton Ranch for all these years. We hope you enjoy a glimpse into the past of Orange County history by viewing Jeff Sewell’s creations and exploring the park’s many trails.


Upcoming Exhibit

March 9 – June 29, 2023

28373 Alicia Pkwy
Aliso Viejo, CA 92656