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E. W. Gollings has taken up residence again in Sheridan!!

The Meadowlark Gallery is open Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. and Saturdays on demand. The gallery includes a sporting and firearms room. A quaint library offers books and working decoys for sale along with reference materials. Whatever your level of collecting, one is greeted with a large selection of bronze sculpture, and quality paintings. Be sure to also check out our Gallery Tour.

Step into Gary Temple’s office as there are no private areas of the gallery. Enjoy the bull elk taxidermy mount taken by Gary’s grandfather in 1927. As Gary often states, “One wife is enough but one can never have too many decoys.” Please feel free to ask questions about the various working decoys available in the gallery as they are his favorite subject.Please give yourself time to visit the gallery as we have more than five hundred original works on the walls for your review. There are no photomechanical reproductions as this is a fine art gallery and not a poster shop.

Long known for their quality original fine art offerings, Marylee Moreland and Gary Temple look forward to your next visit. The coffee pot is always on.

After telling a client about my third book I was writing on Gollings. They asked how there could be this much information on an artist. My last two books just began to cover his painting history but not the background and thoughts of the man. By having access to more than fourteen years of his diaries I began to fill in between the lines of hearsay and gossip about the artist.

People who keep diaries want someone someday to read them so we have preserved the legacy of the artist. glt

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Seminars by the author are available, please contact us.