Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 10AM-5PM, Saturday 10am-3PM & Sunday – CLOSED
"I think it is the accumulation of all these experiences, the research and the old stories, the trips on the old trails to actual places, the visits to history museums, large and small, that make it possible to do pictures that are real and believable and have the feeling of the place and the time. I have always tried in both wildlife paintings and historical paintings to take the viewer to an actual place and make him feel he was really there."
John Clymer, An Artist's Rendezvous With The Frontier West, W. Reed. P 32
Save The Date - Rendezvous 2014
Saturday October 4th at the Fairgrounds - Teanaway Hall
Thank you to or sponsors: Quality Inn, Cashmere Valley Bank & Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce.
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
Purchase at the Clymer Museum & The Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce.
Purchase online here
5:30pm Dinner - 8:00pm Concert & Dance
Dinner, dance, auction, & concert ticket $50.00 PRESALE ONLY.
Dance presale ticket price $25.00 & available at the door for $30.00.
There will be a live auction, a John & Doris Clymer look-a-like contest & karaoke with old western artist music such as Ernest Tubbs, Hank Williams, Patsy Cline & old bluegrass tunes.
Photo courtesey of "Bill Watts, Bill Watts.com"
Musical entertainment by Wylie & the Wild West
Wylie Gustafson is a native Montanan singer/songwriter who lives the songs he writes. With 3 decades of writing, recording and performing under his belt, Wylie has matured into a dynamic talent, and has become one of the few authentic voices of the West.
1st Friday - September 5th
Artwalk from 5:00pm to 7:00pm
• Kat Houseman & George L. Traicheff are the featured artists.
• Food & Wine Sponsored by Dakota Cafe
(in remembrance of Ian Smith)
• Musical Entertainment on First Friday
Vote for your favorite Rodeo Hall of Fame skulls that are on display!
The Clymer Museum & Gallery was established in 1989 and opened in its present location in 1991, to honor our native son, John Ford Clymer. Although Clymer was born and raised in Ellensburg, Washington, after high school he embarked on a long and storied career. The Clymer Museum and Gallery hosts the largest collection of Clymer works that are not privately held. Located in Historic Downtown Ellensburg, the Clymer Museum and Gallery draws visitors and art patrons from all corners of the world.