Rogues gallery started in 1993....in a historic building in Hulett, built around 1917. The gallery is home to a museum of frontier items like Plains Indian artifacts and weapons and beadwork from the 19th century, early west cowboy guns, saddles, and items from the frontier. The gallery is also the art studio of artist Bob Coronato, noted for intaglio print making, Chine Collé etchings...oil paintings and rodeo posters. Bob has had rodeo posters included into the Library of Congress collection, Cody Stampede, Cheyenne Frontier Days, and Sheridan, Wyoming just to name a couple. Most recently a painting by Bob Coronato of Russell Means that hung in the Rouges Gallery for 7 years...was just purchased by the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.
For more information, visit the Rogues Gallery website.