Exhibits & Collections

The Rockwell Museum collection portrays the spirit, character and values of America through the eyes of American artists, focusing on the complex story of the great migration West.

Our collection is more than a sampling of traditional American artists – the pieces housed within our Museum walls convey the story of the American experience. A diverse and unique display, the artwork prompts us to think critically and challenge our conceptions of the great American West and the people who live there.

Our collections and rotating exhibits serve great purpose in the community. These works of art are functional teaching pieces – they present some of our best opportunities to connect with our audiences, young and old.  

Collections

Deborah Butterfield, Untitled, 2000, unique bronze, 45" x 56" x 16".

Deborah Butterfield, Untitled, 2000.

The diverse collection includes a mix of contemporary Native American art with traditional bronze sculptures, landscape paintings and other works that embody America. Founded on a collection by Robert and Hertha Rockwell, the collection today includes some of the best works of the great American artists including Albert Bierstadt, Andy Warhol, Thomas Moran, Alfred Jacob Miller, and especially significant paintings and bronzes by Frederic Remington and Charles Russell.

We also feature the work of emerging Native American artists including Tammy Garcia, Christin McHorse and Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, which provides visitors with a distinctive perspective about the art and cultures of Native people.

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Temporary Exhibitions

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Historic Photographs of Watkins Glen State Park

Our collections and rotating exhibits serve great purpose in the community. These works of art are functional teaching pieces – they present some of our best opportunities to connect with our audiences, young and old.  Our exhibitions rotate throughout the year to allow you to visit again and again.

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Marie Watt is an American artist, drawing her inspiration from history, biography, Seneca proto-feminism, addressing the interaction of the arc of history with the intimacy of memory.

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