Life in the West Art Gallery is permanently closed as of May 1, 2024. If you would like to see Don Woodard’s 3-Dimensional Paintings & Mixed Media Artworks, as well as Malaya Woodard’s graphite portraits, please visit You can also contact Don Woodard by text or phone at 720-217-2029.

Life in the West Art Gallery

The art gallery is named “Life in the West”, and includes artwork depicting the many lifestyles that you will find in the Western states. To some people that may include cowboys, cowgirls, American Indians, rodeos and ranch life, but to others that may include watching wildlife, skiing, hiking, rafting, bicycling, walking their dogs, riding horses, hunting, off-road activities, racing, bird watching, drinking craft beers, or many other interests.
We hope to showcase many different art forms depicting these interests, in many different styles of artwork, and how they influence Life in the West!

Prints of artwork by well known artists are also available at the gallery. These prints allow the gallery to offer artwork at price-points to fit most any budget.

Check out our galleries below:


Our Gallery

Life in the West Art Gallery features artwork by both local and nationally acclaimed artists. The Gallery is open most weekdays 9am- 5pm and you are also welcome to schedule a personal visit for evenings or weekends. Simply either call the Gallery at 303-430-1986 or Text 720-217-2029. You may also email

The gallery will also be open for Special Events featuring artwork of four primary subject matters:

Wildlife, Western, Landscape and Specialties. 

These Events will occur once every quarter, and each Event will feature one of the four subject matters. The style of artwork will range from Traditional to Contemporary and you can expect a few surprises as well!


About the Director

Don Woodard, an internationally known, local artist, is the Gallery Director and his art studio is adjacent to the Gallery. While visiting the Gallery you are welcome to also visit his studio to watch him create his mixed media, non-traditional artwork.

Western Art Collector Magazine stated,

“Don Woodard likes to call his work “Fine Art in Wood” and he’s not wrong with that title.”

Studio/Gallery Address

555 Alter St., Unit 3
Broomfield, CO  80020