MAYNARD DIXON: SEARCHING FOR A HOME
EXTENDED THROUGH OCTOBER 7, 2023
Witness the spirit of the West through the eyes of its iconic artist! In this major retrospective, you'll come to know Maynard Dixon in a whole new light through more than 70 of his paintings and even some of his original poetry!
Dixon (1875-1946) was a true man of the West, from his cowboy boots to his Stetson hat to the scenes he loved to paint. In this new exhibition featuring works from the MOA and other collections across the country, you too will fall in love with the rugged landscapes of the West and the people who called this land home.
Preview the exhibition through the virtual galleries below, each dedicated to one of the major themes of Dixon's work on display in the exhibition: the land, indigenous life, forgotten men, the people, and other people's houses. At the bottom of this page you'll find events, news, and more related to the exhibition.
OTHER PEOPLE'S HOUSES
Maynard Dixon's Poetry
Listen to the poetry of Maynard Dixon as you look at his works through this playlist. More poems can be found in the exhibition and its catalogue.
This exhibition has been sponsored by the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, with additional funds provided by the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies, the Lawrence T. and Janet T. Dee Foundation, the Eichenberg-Larson Charitable Foundation, and David Dee Fine Arts.