Tiny Gallery Concert Contest

The Rockwell Museum is excited to announce the winner and runner-ups of our inaugural Tiny Gallery Concert Contest!

We are truly grateful for each submission and for their help in providing a #momentofzen for our community and beyond.

The 2020 Tiny Gallery Concert Contest Winner is March, by Louiston.


Louiston’s (written and produced by Lou DiPietro) March was inspired by March, a lithograph by Grant Wood. Louiston is a solo-acoustic singer-songwriter with influences that span genres and eras, from punk and indie to americana and classic country. For more information on the artist, click here. As the Tiny Gallery Concert Contest winner, Louiston will receive a one-year free membership to the Museum and a paid gig of $500, including free entry to the event for up to ten of his fans! We are working with the artist and the runner-ups to plan the concert – stay tuned!

Our panel of judges had an extremely talented lineup to review and we are grateful for the array of entries we received! We encourage you to check out all of these amazing artists and continue to enjoy each song inspired by our collection!

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Song Title: Bronco Buster
Submission By: Jason Ager
Inspiration: The Bronco Buster by Frederic Sackrider Remington & Breaking Down the Wild Horse by George Catlin


Song Title: Along The Rio Grande
Submission By: 
Teddy Chipouras
 Along the Rio Grande | Walter Ufer

Questions? Contact steinerj@rockwellmuseum.org


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