Museum of Western Art
1550 Bandera Hwy, Kerrville, TX 78028 - United States
The Museum of Western Art is dedicated to excellence in the collection, preservation, and promotion of Western Heritage and the education and cultural enrichment of our diverse audiences.
The Museum of Western Art is located in Kerrville in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, just an hour's drive from San Antonio. Our permanent collection is a treasure trove of works from both historic and contemporary masters. Historic works in the collection include those from George Phippen, Fred Herman, J.H. Sharp, and Oscar Berninghaus, while contemporary artists include Oreland Joe, Jason Scull, Roy Anderson, Robert Pummill, and Bill Nebeker. An onsite Western research library includes 6,000 volumes and periodicals and the Journey West Children's Gallery features an interactive display of life on the Western trail.
The 36th Annual Roundup Exhibition and Sale consists of a collection of 125 pieces of fine western art by 50 renowned western artists from across the U.S. Included are distinctive oils, watercolors, pastel, pencil, and bronze pieces all displaying a western theme.
Explore our calendar to learn about our current and upcoming exhibitions.
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