There are only a few things I sometimes miss while living in the tiny-house-on-wheels. One of those things is the ability to display (much) artwork. Did I mention an apparently genetic love of Western Art?
We were fortunate to be in Alpine during the annual Trappings of Texas exhibit at the Museum of the Big Bend. The museum is on the campus of Sul Ross University and admission is FREE. We highly recommend a visit, no matter the time of year.
A sampling of this year's exhibit.
How can anybody do this with just pencil and paper?
In addition to wall art there were saddles, silver work, other leather work, and these boots. Western gear as art.
I'll Just Call You Mine
by JaNeil Anderson
See more from this year's collection at
The museum itself is a piece of artwork.
A reproduction of pictograph art found in the region. Doing more research it looks as though a return trip to South Texas could be in order for more of this.
This painting is reminiscent of the Battle of Little Bighorn we saw in Cody, WY.
Ongoing photography exhibit.