Bighorn Rendezvous Art Show & Sale at The Brinton Museum, opening events: August 4, 5 and 6; exhibit dates: August 4 through August 27, 2017

BIG HORN, Wyo (July 27, 2017) The Brinton Museum presents the second annual Bighorn Rendezvous Art Show & Sale, featuring more than one hundred twenty-five works of art by 32 members of the Northwest Rendezvous Group of Artists and 5 Guest Artists, opening in the S. K. Johnston, Jr. Family Gallery and the Jacomien Mars Reception Gallery on August 4th. Tickets to a reception with the Northwest Rendezvous Group of Artists and Guests on Friday, August 4 at 5:30 PM and a Banquet & Art Sale on Saturday, August 5 at 5:30 PM are available online at, or by calling The Brinton Museum at 307-672-3173. On Sunday, August 6, a Quick Draw (8:00 AM to noon) and Quick Draw Live Auction in the Brinton Pavilion (12:30 to 2:00 PM) to benefit the Northwest Rendezvous Group of Artists, offers art enthusiasts of all walks of life a great opportunity to observe artists of such caliber at work in the beautiful setting of The Brinton Museum’s historic Quarter Circle A Ranch. In appreciation of the kindhearted generosity of our Bighorn Rendezvous Art Show & Sale sponsors, and the greater Sheridan community for its invaluable support of The Brinton, Sunday’s Quick Draw and Quick Draw Live Auction are offered as free admission, and all museum exhibits are open to the public, at no charge as well. Tickets to a Bighorn Rendezvous Brunch Buffet (9:00 to 11:00 AM) are also available online, or can be purchased at the Admissions Desk. Refreshing mimosas and Bloody Mary’s are available for purchase to accompany Sunday’s buffet menu! Unsold works from the Bighorn Rendezvous Art Show & Sale exhibit continues at The Brinton Museum through August 27th.

Participating Artists William Alther (Guest Artist) (Denver, CO), Carolyn Anderson (Havre, MT), Greg Beecham (Dubois, WY), Bye Bitney (Somers, MT), Joseph Bohler (Monument, CO), John Budicin (San Bernadino, CA), George Bumann (Guest Artist) (Yellowstone Park, WY), Blair Buswell (Pleasant Grove, UT), Lorenzo Chavez (Parker, CO), Barry Eisenach (Arvada, CO), Josh Elliott (Helena, MT), Gerald Fritzler (Mesa, CO), Veryl Goodnight (Mancos, CO), Tony Hochstetler (Fort Collins, CO), Gary Kapp (Provo, UT), Jim Lamb (Sammamish, WA), Joan Larue (Tucson, AZ), Huihan Liu (Kensington, CA), Tom Lockhart (Canon City, CO), Jim Morgan (Mendon, UT), Ned Mueller (Renton, WA), Ralph Oberg (Montrose, CO), Joel Ostlind (Guest Artist) (Big Horn, WY), Gregory Packard (Guest Artist) (Montrose, CO), John Potter (Red Lodge, MT), Don Prechtel (Creswell, OR), Grand Redden (Evanston, WY), Spike Ress (Guest Artist) (Parowan, UT), Laura Robb (El Prado, NM), Jan Rosetta (Loveland, CO), Tom Saubert (Kalispell, MT), Greg Scheibel (Bozeman, MT), Sandy Scott (Lander, WY), W. Steve Seltzer (Great Falls, MT), Matt Smith (Scottsdale, AZ), George Strickland (Tucson, AZ), and Jim Wilcox (Jackson, WY).

Bighorn Rendezvous Event Sponsors are First Interstate Bank, HUB International Mountain States Limited, Fine Art Connoisseur/Plein Air Magazine

Brinton Corporate Sponsors: First Interstate Bank, HUB International Mountain States Limited, Witzel Family Foundation

Brinton Business Sponsors Bighorn Catering, Fletcher Construction Company, Clyde & Renee Larkins, Mill Inn, Mountain View Veterinary Hospital, Robbins Dermatology PC

Brinton Business Members: Alpha Graphics – Sheridan, BusTech, Inc., Crazy Woman Trading Co., DEW, LLC, The Jentel Foundation, King’s Saddlery, Inc., Malone Belton Abel PC , Morrison-Maierle, Inc., PO News & Flagstaff Café, Sheridan Physical Therapy

NWR Awards Sponsors: John & Nina Baucus, Helen Hoffman in memory of Donald J. Hoffman, Dave & Jeri Kettman/Ghost Art Gallery, Ed & DeAnne Maronick, Bill & Bobby Spilker

About The Brinton Museum
Founded in 1960, The Brinton Museum is a fine arts institution devoted to preserving the art and history of the West. Located on the historic Quarter Circle A Ranch in the foothills of the majestic Bighorn Mountains, it features 19th, 20th and 21st century American and Indian Art in a historic Western setting. In 2016, the museum realized record attendance of more than 24,000 guests from all 50 states and 30 different countries. Regular admission to The Brinton Museum is $10 for adults, $8 for students and seniors, and free for American Indians with tribal ID; active military, veterans and their families with military ID; and children 12 and under. The Brinton Museum offers individual, family and corporate memberships, featuring a number of benefits, including free reciprocal admission to hundreds of museums throughout the U.S.

Hours: Open Daily, 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The Brinton Museum is located at 239 Brinton Rd., in Big Horn, WY.


More information about the Bighorn Rendezvous Art Show & Sale art and the Northwest Rendezvous Group of Artists and Guests is found online at