The Brinton Ranch House opens for tours May 12. Free Admission for Mothers on Mother’s Day. Currently on exhibit: FRA DANA: American Impressionist in the Rockies.
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The piano is back!
The Brinton’s Steinway Duo-Art has returned from restoration
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Especially for Educators, please click here for a brochure describing our upcoming exhibitions: Summer and Fall 2012 Exhibitions
The Wyoming Governor’s Award for the Arts for 2010 was officially presented to Ken Schuster, Director and Chief Curator of the Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum on February 11, 2011 in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Helping Others Unleash Potential to Change the Status Quo
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Simpson, Jeffrey (Text), and David O. Marlow (Photography). “Home on the Range: A Gentleman’s Artful Legacy Endures at His Ranch near Big Horn, Wyoming.” Architectural Digest. June 2003: pp.126-132
Wilkinson, Todd. “Pearls in the Sagebrush.” Southwest Art. October 2005
Jacobs, Peter A. “The Native American Collection at the Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum.” American Indian Art Magazine. Autumn 2006: pp. 62-69. Print
Young, Geoff. “In Search of the Perfect Barn: The Barns of the Little Goose Creek Valley.” Horse Connection. May 2004: pp. 60-66
de Galard, Guy. “The Bradford Brinton Memorial and Museum: Western Art in an Ideal Setting.” The Cowboy Way. Summer 2010: pp 87-90
Hall, Audrey. “The Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum: A legacy of Western art at home on a working ranch.” Western Art & Architecture. Spring/Summer 2009: pp. 130-135.