Cowboy Crossings

Red Rail Catch Pens – 6666’s Ranch by Jason Rich, Oil, 35” x 40”

October 13-15, 2016

Featuring the Cowboy Artists of America 51st Annual Sale & Exhibition and the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association 18th Annual Exhibition & Sale.

In one of the most significant happenings to hit the world of fine art, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum hosts an opening weekend event and sale for two outstanding exhibitions. TCAA showcases the best of saddle making, bit and spur making, silversmithing and rawhide braiding, while the CAA features art from members who celebrate the West through painting, drawing and sculpture. The CAA exhibition will be available for viewing through November 27, 2016, and the TCAA exhibition will be available for viewing through December 31, 2016.




2016 TCAA Online Catalog

2016 CAA Online Catalog


Save the date: Cowboy Crossings Opening Weekend October 5 – 7, 2017


The CAA 51st Annual Sale & Exhibition is made possible by the Presenting Event Sponsors, Burnett Ranches and Anne and John Marion, with generous Major Sponsorship from the Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Norris and the Dellora A. and Lester J. Norris Foundation, Sheila and Mike Ingram, and the Dobson Family Foundation.

The TCAA 18th Annual Exhibition & Sale is made possible by the Major Event Sponsors Kraig and Deborah Kirschner. Alan and Nadine Levin serve as Supporting Sponsors. Associate Sponsors include Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau, NBC Oklahoma, Rockmount Western Wear, Southwestern Stationery and Bank Supply Inc., BancFirst, Bill Rey, Claggett/Rey Gallery, American Cowboy, Cowboys & Indians, Western Art & Architecture, Western Art Collector, and Western Horseman.

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum Museum Partners are Devon Energy and the E.L. and Thelma Gaylord Foundation.

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