John Clymer Studio

In 1991, Doris Clymer and the Clymer family donated the contents of John Clymer’s Jackson Hole studio to the Museum. This installation of the John Clymer studio includes his reference books, studio props, costumes, and approximately … MORE

Children’s Discovery Gallery

The Children’s Discovery Gallery is open during regular Museum hours. It is a beautifully designed, self-directed activity area for children. The gallery includes a hands-on Artist’s Studio, Life-size Diorama, Animal Costumes, Reading Nook, and Puppet Theater.… MORE

Carl Rungius Gallery

The Museum preserves and exhibits the largest public collection Carl Rungius’ work in the United States. Widely regarded as the preeminent painter of North American wildlife, Carl Rungius began his career in Wyoming, not far from … MORE

Widener Gallery

Many artists working today were directly inspired by the European artists featured in the Widener Gallery. Masterworks by Romantic painters Edwin Landseer, Théodore Géricault, Jean-Léon Gérôme, and Rosa Bonheur complement work by the acknowledged forefathers of … MORE

JKM Gallery

Wildlife Paintings

This installation groups artwork thematically, giving visitors a variety of topics to look for as they encounter wildlife paintings in other galleries or outside the Museum. Many of the featured wildlife paintings come from … MORE

Greene Pathways Gallery

Central to the Museum’s mission is to explore how Western art can help us understand humanity’s relationship with wildlife and nature. Our location in the midst of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is the perfect place from … MORE