Western Art Galleries

Attitudes: The West in American Art

Our newly reimagined Western Art Galleries create a stronger, personal experience that highlights our best Western art. In the galleries, experience Attitudes: The West in American Art, an exploration of the cultural identity, diversity and artistic expression of the West.


Visit our extensive collection of some of the best Western art with a compelling narrative

What is it: The new Western Art Galleries and Attitudes: The West in American Art will showcase a greater depth of the Eiteljorg’s collection while providing new ways to look at the art, with a compelling narrative that connects all the pieces in a visitor-friendly way. It will include a special emphasis on the diversity of Western art, including works by artists who are women, Native American, African-American, Asian-American and Hispanic.

Who is it for: This experience is for anyone with a passion to engage and learn. It’s for those who love Western art and the diverse stories of the West.

See our newly renovated Western Art Galleries!

How to visit: Western Art Galleries Mon-Sat 10-5 p.m., and Sun 12 p.m.-5 p.m.

Admission: Western Art Galleries are included with the cost of museum admission


What you can expect to see in the newly reimagined galleries: In addition to the vast collection of art, including significant new acquisitions, Attitudes: The West in American Art also will feature interactive experiences, including touchscreens and art-making activities that will appeal to visitors of all ages. Featured artists include Georgia O’Keeffe, Frederic Remington, Charles Russell, Albert Bierstadt and many others, as well as works by more recent artists such as Susan Folwell, P.A. Nisbet and Logan Maxwell Hagege, to name a few.

Thank you to Our Contributors

Pat and Bob Anker

Leland E. Boren

Donald Woodley

Steve Cagle

Capital Group

Angie and Dick Darlington

L.G. and Alyce Edwards

Ms. Catherine Turner

Mary Beth and Robert Braitman

Barbara and Brian West in memory of Edward A. West

Museum Entry Video Wall: Stan & Sandy Hurt

Art Education Interactives: Jane & Steve Marmon

Come experience the tradition