A diverse collection of artifacts, galleries, and specimens are featured within the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Visitors can gain an understanding of Buffalo Bill’s journey, honor Plains Indian […]
I Art Whitney
A blog about the collections, exhibits, and goings-on of the Whitney Western Art Museum.
Originally published in Points West magazineWinter 2019 – 20 The Draw of Cody: The Role of Place in Helping Make Artists Great By Ruffin Prevost It’s the incomparable landscapes. Also, […]
The Whitney Western Art Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West appoints Susan Barnett new Scarlett Curator of Western American Art Susan Barnett has been selected as the […]
Originally published in Points West magazineWinter 2010 A Modern Day “Hole in the Wall” Gang’s Unexpected Journey By Whitney Western Art Museum Volunteers “While browsing through the Whitney Western Art […]
Artist John Mix Stanley crossed thousands of miles among the western territories in the mid-1800’s. He even went as far as Hawaii in his travels. He was prolific and spent […]
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Whitney Western Art Museum in 2008, artist Ted Waddell donated a large painting titled, Red Lodge Horses. Turns out it was also in honor […]