Arts & CultureGalleries

Sheridan is home to local galleries, world-class museum collections eclectic pop-ups, and everything in between.

Brinton Museum

Map | 239 Brinton Road, Big Horn
Wednesday – Sunday | 9:30am – 5pm
(307) 672-3173

The Brinton Museum a historic working ranch that celebrates the spirit of the state. Its rare collection of Western, American and American Indian art and artifacts tells a distinctive story of the American West and offers an intimate glimpse into the life and lifestyle of Bradford Brinton. Its contemporary collection complements and expands upon his vision. The new Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Building presents them both through a new lens and beckons guests from near and far to be transformed and inspired in a setting that’s art unto itself. For more information visit the Brinton website

Edward A. Whitney Gallery

Map | Whitney Center for the Arts, Sheridan College, 3059 Coffeen Ave
Monday – Friday | 10am – 7pm
Sunday | 12pm – 4pm
(800) 913-9139

The Whitney Center for the Arts is home to performances, art exhibitions, and the performing and visual art departments of Sheridan College.

The Edward A. Whitney Gallery focuses on fine contemporary art. In addition to displaying their work to the public, visiting artists work directly with Sheridan College art students. Visiting artists also provide lectures, receptions, and workshops to the community. Admission is free. For more information, please visit the Whitney Center for the Arts website.

Expressions Gallery & Framing

Map | 645 Broadway St
Monday – Thursday | 9am – 6pm
Friday | 9am – 4pm
Saturday | 10am – 4pm

The Expressions Gallery represents local and regional artists showcasing: fine art, bronzes, textiles, wood carvings, sculptures. Postcards, cards, pens, and leather goods are great for souvenirs and gifts.

Visit the Expressions website for more information and to view their online gallery.

Gallery on Main

Map | 308 Main Street, Dayton
Tuesday & Wednesday | 11am – 5pm
Thursday | 11am – 7pm
Friday | 1 – 8pm
Saturday | 12 – 5pm
Closed Sundays & Mondays

Gallery on Main in Dayton opened its doors on June 13th, 2015 in the renovated “Corner Grocery” building. Owner, Gina Donnor’s, vision was to have a place for the local artists to display and sell their art. Adding “Sweet Indulgences” brings people in for home made soups, quiche and/or desserts to enjoy while their eyes are treated to the beauty of art. The Gallery also hosts a Tasting room location for Jackson Hole Winery. Try all 6 of their wines or just come in and browse the talent of local artists. Please visit the Gallery on Main website for more info.

SAGE Community Art Center

Map | 21 W Brundage St
Tuesday – Friday | 11am – 5:30pm
Saturday | 10am – 5pm
(307) 674-1970

Works of local members of the Sheridan Artists’ Guild, Et al (SAGE) – paintings, drawings, glasswork, woodwork, ceramics, and fiber arts are on display at the Sagebrush Community Art Center in the Historic Train Depot. Upstairs, Western photography by Arthur Dailey and his daughter, Mary Dailey, are showing indefinitely.  In addition to rotating and permanent exhibitions, Sagebrush is host to a variety of workshops and the 2 hour “Uncorked” class. Please visit the SAGE website for class and workshop schedules.

Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library

Map | 335 W. Alger
Monday – Thursday | 9am – 9pm
Friday – Saturday | 9am – 5pm
(307) 674-8585

New displays are available periodically at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library in the Mezzanine and Inner Circle areas. For more information visit the Sheridan County Public Library website.

Ucross Foundation Art Gallery

Map | 30 Big Red Lane, Ucross
Monday – Saturday | 10am – 4pm
(307) 737-2291

The Ucross Foundation Art Gallery in the historic Big Red Barn, 30 Big Red Lane in Ucross, ½ mile east of the junction of Highways 14 and 16. The gallery presents four exhibitions each year, typically featuring contemporary artists of the region, including Ucross Fellows, as well as historical pieces that reflect and explore our location’s rich heritage. For further information, visit the Ucross Foundation website.

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