Gary's Gallery was a fixture in Bismarck on East Broadway for 40 years.

The art gallery was a collection from Gary P. Miller who sadly passed away from Leukemia.  Gary's wife Darla shared a heartfelt post on Gary's Gallery Facebook page.

Now Darla, along with her son plans to reopen Gary's Gallery at a new location in Mandan.


The location will be 410 West Main. This location is between Napa and BisMan Cards, across from Old 10 Bar and Grill.

Darla told me they have been selling her late husband's artworks on his website, but now they will have them again in a retail store setting.  She said she would have both originals that she had bought back and prints for sale.

When can you expect Gary's Gallery to open up in its new Mandan location?

Darla told me she hopes to have it open by July 4th. She also expects to have a Grand Opening of some sort later on in July.

I am an art enthusiast.  I especially love wildlife and outdoor paintings.  That is something Gary was so talented at painting. I asked to be put on a list to be told when the new store will open.  You can also do so by calling Darla at 701-471-4217 or her son Keenan at 701-226-0662.

Darla and her son will operate the new gallery and will continue framing and selling Gary's art.  The gallery hours are expected to be noon to 5 pm 4 days a week or by appointment.

Check out this beautiful painting from Gary.

Some of the different types of paintings you will be able to see and purchase at Gary's Gallery include wildlife, rural America, western wildlife, Lewis and Clark, rural North Dakota, and many more.

If you would like to visit Gary's Gallery online store you can do so here.

All the best to Darla and her son Keenan with their new location and welcome to Mandan.

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