Darrell Beauchamp, the executive director of the Museum of Western Art, provided the program last Wednesday. The Museum opened in 1983 as the Cowboy Artists of America, with works on display by the Cowboy Artists of America. In 2003, the museum changed its name to the Museum of Western Art to expand the type of art and artists in this genre, including women artists and Native American artifacts. 
The Museum closed in March and April due to COVID-19, but reopened in May.
There is a lot to see at the museum, and here's a list of the 2020 exhibition line up:
A few examples of the work you can enjoy:
The annual Exhibition and Sale is coming soon (limited to 150 persons):
So, consider supporting this fine museum by touring the exhibits and art, being a member or business sponsor, attending the Gala, and getting the word out about this gem in our backyard.