Documenting Change in America

Documenting Change in America

Valley Fine Art has long been a cornerstone of the western art scene. The lively gallery, located on Mill Street in the historic Wheeler Opera House in downtown Aspen, buzzes with browsers and buyers alike. An unpretentious and welcoming atmosphere at the gallery is its hallmark.

Artwork at Valley Fine Art

Valley Fine Art is highly regarded for carrying noteworthy and interesting western artwork and artists. The well-rounded collection enables clients to select from the gallery’s sculpture, painting, photography, old pawn jewelry, and custom-made furniture.

The incomparable collection of masterworks by Edward Curtis sets Valley Fine Art apart from all other galleries in the west. Mia Valley has earned recognition as one of the foremost experts in the ethnographic work by Edward Curtis, and she and her staff are frequently called upon to act as authorities on Edward Curtis’s work.

Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952)

 VINTAGE GOLDTONES: Valley Fine Art just acquired and has made available 16 extremely rare vintage goldtones. The collection is astounding.


Maps of The Mining Claims of Aspen, 1888

Aspen’s only gallery showing vintage Mining Claim Maps of Aspen, early Aspen Mining Claim stock certificates, and antique photographs of Aspen. Call us or come by to learn about silver mining in Aspen in the late 1800’s.

Andrew Bolam (b. 1971)

Bolam is passionate about the Native American culture as it relates to our heritage and its continued prevalence in pop culture.

Helping You Discover The Perfect Piece

Guests are sure to find that the congenial and welcoming atmosphere at Valley Fine Art is a breath of fresh Aspen air. Whether you are browsing or buying, conversation is fruitful and friendly. If you do not see what you are looking for, the experts at Valley Fine Art will source their well-established contacts to help you build your collection. Helping you discover the perfect piece for your space is top priority at Valley Fine Art.


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