Current Exhibits

If Horses Could Talk: The Art of Bill Nebeker CA

In the Marley Gallery
March 19th through July 24th, 2022
Opening Reception & Members Preview: Friday, March 18th, 2022 Free for Museum Members | $20 Admission for Non-members

The Phippen Museum is thrilled to present a retrospective exhibit of award-winning western artist Bill Nebeker CA. Bill found inspiration in works by George Phippen which gives his sculptures an honest and authentic portrayal of the historic American West and contemporary ranch life. Quiet tributes, subtle humor and wry observations underlie Nebeker’s work. Join the Phippen as we honor this Prescott native and esteemed Cowboy Artist with works on display from the artist’s collection and generous lenders.

Visit our Museum Store to purchase the artistic publication that accompanies this exceptional exhibit. (Available during exhibit dates)




If Horses Could Talk

Bronze ed. 15 | 48″H x 47″W x 36″D

19th Annual Miniature Masterpiece Exhibit & Sale

In the Lower-Level Gallery
May 1st through June 5th, 2022

The Phippen Museum’s 18th  Annual Miniature Masterpiece Show & Sale is available for viewing in our Lower Level Gallery from May 1st – June 6th. You’ll find original art by over 60 national and award-winning western artists at an affordable price. These small works of fine art range from traditional to contemporary and include oil, watercolor, pastel, and stone and bronze sculpture.

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Morning Light by Tamara Magdalina


Phippen Award Winners (PAWs): Small Works to Go Show & Sale

In the Lower-Level Gallery
May 1st through June 5th, 2022

This exhibition and sales event was designed to recognize our outstanding Phippen Western Show & Sale award winners with pieces of artwork that are immediately ready to take home and enjoy. With both new and experienced Western art collectors in mind, this presentation is comprised of paintings and sculptures by award-winning artists from our past three annual western art shows. Artwork will be on display at the museum and on our website beginning May 6st at the Opening Reception.

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View from Constellation Trail by Don Rantz