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“Two Ravens” by John Coleman. Image courtesy National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.

The event that was Cowboy Crossings – a big weekend opening for two major shows at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum – has long passed, but appreciators of Western art and fine craftsmanship can still see some of the most distinguished examples of both through Sunday, Jan. 4. Both the Cowboy Artists of America 49th Annual Sale and Exhibition and the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association 16th Annual Exhibition & Sale opened in October. The former displays fine art work in painting, sculpture and other disciplines, while the latter features excellent leatherwork and metalwork in saddles, bits, bags, gun holsters and more. The annual shows will close after this weekend at 1700 NE 63rd St., in Oklahoma City. For more, visit

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