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14th Annual 'Night of Artists' Art Sale & Reception

SPONSORED -- The Briscoe Western Art Museum is proud to present the 14th annual Night of Artists Art Sale & Exhibition. Hosted in the beautiful Jack Guenther Pavilion at the Briscoe Western Art Museum, the exhibition will showcase over 60 of the country’s top Western artists! The Art Sale will take place on Saturday, March 28, 2015 and will include a cocktail reception, dinner and live entertainment. The Art Sale will be followed by a month-long exhibition from March 29th to April 26th. Please join us for this wonderful Art Sale & Exhibition celebrating Western art and artists! The Artists' Preview & Dinner includes the presentation of the Briscoe Legacy Award given to an artist whose body of work has left a lasting impact upon the Western art world. This year's recipient is CAA David Halbach. Previous winners include Sandy Scott, Bill Owen, Martin Grelle, Howard Terpning, Clark Hulings, G. Harvey, Kent Ullberg and Ken Carlson. Other show awards include Artist's Choice, Committee's Choice and Patron's Choice.

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