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Cowboy Crossings at National Cowboy Museum

  OKLAHOMA CITY, OK October 18 — Cowboy Crossings, one of the nation’s foremost annual Western art sales and exhibitions, is now open to the public at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. During opening weekend, Oct. 13-15, gross sales exceeded $1 million, with a portion of those proceeds benefitting the Museum’s educational programs. The exhibition offers a unique combination of more than 130 pieces of working art with fine art, featuring the Cowboy Artists of America (CAA) as well as the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association (TCAA). Eighty eight paintings and sculptures by 19 participating CAA artists, and 44 traditional working art pieces by 15 participating TCAA artists are on display. “We are always pleased by the tremendous support for Western art from across the country,” said Museum President and CEO Steven Karr, … Read entire article »

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