The Bronco Gallery is a small gallery space based out of a 1991 Ford Bronco. Emily Wobb and Maggie Heath started the gallery because they wanted to give emerging artists a platform and they didn’t have a building, they had an SUV. 


Being a 4WD space the gallery is meant to not only provide another gallery within the established art community in Portland, but also engage in dialog with non-typical art events. The Bronco Gallery’s opening receptions celebrate alongside institutions, galleries, festivals, rodeos, car shows and the like, by tailgating these events.


Bronco Gallery

Tatyana Ostapenko
Cass Gray
Roz Crews
Midori Hirose
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Roz Crews

First Thursday Art Walk in the Pearl. Crews created a call for participants to propose a 3-hour activity with the Bronco Gallery that couldn't be done without the Bronco.