Tracy Miller Gallery is artist owned, and I focus on representing quality artists who work in the “Art of the New West” genre. Our artists create quality work, and we represent those who are just emerging and those who are well-established in the new western art vernacular. Visit the gallery when you’re in the Pikes Peak Region, and check back often here on the website for new and updated works.
I’d love for you to see the amazing artwork at the gallery in person, but you can see our work here as well on our Artist page.


The Tracy Miller Gallery represents award-winning local, regional and nationally established emerging and mid-career artists, including; Britt Bair, Sonja Caywood, Rose Collins, Bill Colt, Ray-Mel Cornelius, Greg Dye, William Ersland, Sushe Felix, Tracy Felix, Coni Grant, Paul Hopman, Peggy Judy, Buffalo Kaplinski, Deb Komitor, Audrie Mergelman, Tracy Miller, Timothy Nimmo, Theresa Paden, Victoria Parsons, Laura Reilly,  Pati Stajcar,  Peggy Trigg, and Sarah Webber and Shirle Wempner.

We are located at:

16 Ruxton Avenue, Manitou Springs, Co. 80829  719-650-0827

11-5 Monday & Tuesday. Closed Wednesday. 11-5 Thursday – Saturday. Closed Sunday. We are available by appointment, please call

Meet Tracy

Welcome to my gallery website and blog! Here you will see the latest goings on at my gallery and learn about the artists I represent. I call the art in my gallery “Art of the New West”  The way I see it, this is defined as contemporary works being created by current artists, who paint and sculpt landscapes, animals and cowboy/western themes with a new and modern outlook, whether that is by bold use of color, brush stroke , theme or execution. Check out the pages for each featured artist and watch for postings on all the latest news and the Events page for upcoming shows! And please call me at the gallery for the most available paintings by each of the artists.



One comment

  1. Jennie Hoff says:


    Very nice to meet you today and discover your gallery for the first time! We live in Denver/Littleton and I will definitely get my husband down to see Tracy’s (and yours and everyone’s) work soon. What a gem of a gallery to stumble upon!


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