Across from Edgar S. Paxson’s Custer’s Last Stand in the Whitney hangs an equally-captivating work of color, narrative, and sheer size. Non-Native American artist Allan Mardon’s extensive study of Native […]
I Art Whitney
A blog about the collections, exhibits, and goings-on of the Whitney Western Art Museum.
At the end of day two of our Whitney reinstallation project, we have finally taken down most of the art that will be returning to our vaults and are putting […]
Yesterday marked the first day of five that we began the daunting, albeit exhilarating task of rehanging and installing the works of art that came back from exhibition at both […]
Since 2011, our monumental bronze statue, Code of the West, 2006, was located offsite at the Yellowstone Regional Airport in Cody. It served as our artwork of welcome for those […]
Curious about an artist’s process? This video comes to you from our archives and showcases how a sculpture is made, taking you all the way from the clay form to […]
The plaster sculpture that serves as the focal point for the Proctor Studio is Alexander Phimister Proctor’s cast for his monumental bronze, Rough Rider, 1922. In this work, Proctor memorializes […]