A regional art museum with three galleries that total almost 20,000 square feet. The Museum's facilities provide universal access.
The McKnight Gallery showcases work from the Ellen Noël Art Museum’s collection. Works exhibited include: Tom Lea’s Stampede, 1940, oil on canvas (adhered to board); Peter Hurd’s, J. Lee Johnson, Jr., 1961, egg tempera on board; and Frank Gervasi’s, The Pink House-Alpine, TX, late 1970s, oil on canvas.
This 1600 sq. foot gallery is available for event rentals.
Nelda Lee Gallery
The Nelda Lee Gallery is a 1540 sq. foot, triangular shaped gallery used primarily for temporary exhibitions.
At 2400 sq. feet, the Rodman Gallery is the Museum’s largest temporary exhibition space and is adjacent to the Patron’s Gallery. When not utilized for temporary exhibitions, the Patron’s Gallery (1800 sq. feet), showcases contemporary work from the Ellen Noël Art Museum’s collection. These two exhibition spaces may be joined to facilitate larger exhibitions.
These galleries (4,200 sq. feet) are available for event rentals subject to availability.
In addition to the four Galleries, the Museum also has a secured receiving area, collection storage vaults, two classrooms,
the Nancy Chambers Library for reference and reading, and an administrative office wing.