Founded in 1986, the Lancaster Museum of Art and History is dedicated to advancing an appreciation of art and history in the Antelope Valley. Operating two sites—the Museum of Art and History and the Western Hotel Museum—Lancaster MOAH is not only a repository for historical artifacts important to preserving the unique character of the Antelope Valley, but also a place where audiences—residents and visitors alike—may experience exhibitions of fine art specifically focused on post-war American.
National Contemporary Figurative Exhibition, Cowboys: Custom Costums
The Desert Art of Gregory Martin
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