The Art of Coping


January 23 – May 8, 2021

Exhibit Admission: $7 Admission ages 13+

Representing more than 50 artists, The Art of Coping reflects how Women Painters West members are dealing with the current COVID 19 pandemic; how this challenge has impacted their artwork; and ways in which these feelings are channeled into artistic creativity. This exhibition showcases the resiliency and wide-ranging talents of Women Painters West members.

Exhibit will be free of charge on Fridays, February 12, March 12, and April 9 from 5 – 8 pm; and Thursday, February 18 and Wednesday, April 7 from 12 – 5 pm. Advance tickets are recommended.

Advance Tickets

To help us better manage the Museum’s capacity and ensure all Museum visitors have a safe and fun experience, we are requiring visitors to reserve tickets in advance for ALL exhibits.

You can reserve tickets online or call the front desk at 970-962-2410 to reserve your tickets. Admission to the Main Gallery is $7 for visitors over 12. Visitors 12 and under and members are free. Reserving tickets for the exhibitions in the Main Gallery includes access to our general admission exhibits. If you are interested in visiting the general admission exhibits only, you are able to, but we do require that you still make a reservation.

Advance tickets can be reserved online here:

Slots are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and are limited to 6 per order. Guests will only be allowed entry during their assigned slot. Every Wednesday and Friday from 10 am – 11 am, tickets are available for visitors in vulnerable populations. There is no limit on the length of your stay, however, we ask that visitors be mindful of other guests and our building capacity while spending time with us. The Museum is currently able to accommodate up to 50 visitors at a time. If you miss your time slot or need to change it, please call the front desk at 970-962-2410 as soon as possible to transfer to another date or time. Dates and times are subject to availability.

Thank you for your understanding and support as we adjust. We are excited to be open and welcoming visitors again!