McLarry Fine Art exhibits traditional paintings and sculpture on Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The gallery specializes in traditional art, Western art, and Southwestern art, with artists from North America. McLarry Fine Art carries American landscapes, Southwestern landscapes, Western landscapes, New Mexico landscapes, cowboy and cowgirl scenes, bronze wildlife animal sculptures, animal paintings of roosters, cows and horses, male and female human portraits and figure paintings, tree paintings, Native American artifact still-life paintings, still lifes with fruit and ordinary objects, bronze bells, bronze Native American sculptures, and scenes from cafes and everyday life. Artists represented are Brad Aldridge, Carol Anthony, Dix Baines, David Ballew, Tom Browning, Tim Cherry, Cheri Christensen, Bill Churchill, Herbert Davidson, Frank Gardner, Peter Hagen, Donna Howell-Sickles, Charlie Hunter, Raymond Knaub, J. Mark Kohler, Joseph Lorusso, Robert Marchessault, J.G. Moore, Paul Moore, Iva Morris, Phill Nethercott, Robert Peters, Tim Rees, Chuck Sabatino, Michael Stack, Jordan Straker, Kirk Tatom, Paul Van Ginkel, Lael Weyenberg and Xiang Zhang.
McLarry Fine Art carries large monumental paintings as well as miniatures. Many of the artists represented also show in prominent art shows, such as the Prix de West, and museums such as the Hirshorn, Buffalo Bill Center of the West, the Booth Western Art Museum, the Tucson Museum of Fine Art, Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West, the C.M. Russell Museum and the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Many of the artists are also members of prestigious organizations such as the Cowgirl Hall of Fame, Cowboy Artists of America, Pastel Society of New Mexico, the National Sculpture Society.