Watertown native Terry Redlin has been named by U.S. Art magazine as "America's Most Popular Artist" every year since 1991. In 1985, Terry's son Charles suggested preserving the artist's original oil paintings in a museum. Watertown was eventually selected as the site for the gallery, and construction started in 1995. The Egyptian Revival building, designed by Charles, displays more than 100 original works by the popular artist. It is also home for South Dakota's first domed theater featuring Digistar II and Omniscan projection systems. Other sections of the facility include the Redlin Amphitheater, the Glacial Lakes and Prairies Tourism Association Office and a gift shop
1200 33rd Street SE (near I-29/U.S. 212 intersection)
Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Weekend 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
closed all major holidays
free to gallery
$2.00 / person to domed theater
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