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Cowboy Creations with Mikel Donahue

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Join the Briscoe for “Cowboy Creations,” spotlighting members of the Cowboy Artists of America featured in the museum’s fantastic summer exhibition, “The Sons of Charlie Russell: Cowboy Artists of America”. Bringing the art to life, Cowboy Creations features demonstrations and talks where guests can enjoy meeting and watching these talented cowboy artists share the processes behind their work. On Saturday, June 25, artist Mikel Donahue will explore his sketches at various stages throughout his process, giving everyone a peek into how he creates his art. Discover how he creates photo-realistic paintings and his award-winning art.

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