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A blog about the collections, exhibits, and goings-on of the Whitney Western Art Museum.
The Whitney Western Art Museum has a studio collection of Joseph Henry Sharp. He is best known as a Tao Society artist, but he also spent time in Montana. Karen McWhorter, the museum’s curator, said he spent his winters in Montana and his summers in New Mexico. He built a cabin in Crow Agency. “It […]
Originally published in Points West magazineSpring 2018 Good news and bad news, Russell or Heikka? By Peter Hassrick, PhD The Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Whitney Western Art Museum holds, among its many national treasures, a remarkable and sizeable collection of works by the celebrated Montana artist Charles M. Russell. In its early iterations, […]
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The Whitney Western Art Museum commissioned a painting for the Invisible Boundaries Exhibition. The exhibition explored Yellowstone National Park’s animal migrations. James Prosek ended up painting what is now titled, “Yellowstone Composition #1.” It is very big at 120 by 120 inches. Karen McWhorter, the Whitney Western Art Museum curator, said it’s mostly in black […]