The Museum's artistic focus is to collect, preserve, and exhibit fine art. Our collection boasts more than 1,500
pieces of art, including pieces from the Makk family, reproductions of all Frederic Remington's sculptures, prints by Birger Sandzén and Prairie Printmakers as well as many local artists such as Bill Walton, Jim Clements, and Phil Epp, and much more! Pieces from our permanent collection can be found on the second and third floors of our building.
Pictured below are just a few highlights from our collection that are currently on display.
The Melon Eaters by C. Rausour (left), Her Daily Love Letter by William Oliver (right)
Counting the Herd
Barn in Moonlight
Sleeping Child (Suzanne Chabersac Tenaudji (left) Poet by Gary Coulter (right)
Blue Valley Farm
Le Triomphe De Amphrotrite
The Horse Thief