Bartlesville Art Association Spring Show

The Bartlesville Art Association's Annual Spring Show is held in Bartlesville in the month of April.

Enter your artwork and compete with other artists for honorary ribbons and cash prizes.

64th Annual Spring Show
Price Tower Arts Center
April 1 - April 29, 2017


* Best of Show $500
* First Place $250
* Second Place $200
* Third Place $150
* Student Award $150
* Up to 5 Merit Awards $75 each
* People’s Choice Ribbon (awarded at end of show)

Spring Show Judge

Derek Penix

Spring Show Sponsors

Oklahoma Arts Council -
Price Tower Arts Center -
Ziegler Art & Frame, Tulsa -
Arvest Bank -
Steve Wright State Farm Insurance -

Award Winners

Best of Show - "Pilgrim Woman" Oil Painting by Patti Kerr of Bartlesville

First Place - "Waiting" Oil Painting by Daryl Reimer of Tulsa
People's Choice - "Waiting" Oil Painting by Daryl Reimer of Tulsa

Second Place - "Bartlesville Wild Life" Photography by Dr. John Riddlebarger of Bartlesville

Third Place - "Wren and Mushrooms" sculpture by Don Fasking of Wann, OK

Schmoldt Award - "The Introvert" Watercolor Painting by Cheryl Bryan of Bartlesville

Merit Award - "Turn the Page" Pencil Drawing by Whitney Powell of Caney KS

Merit Award - "Dad on the Beach" Colored Pencil by Susan Comito of Bartlesville

Merit Award - "Who Me?" Oil Painting by Charlotte Lough of Tulsa

Merit Award - "At the Dance" Sculpture by Larry Waid of Tulsa

Merit Award - "Rejection is Hell" Sculpture by James C. Wallace of Tulsa

Arvest Student Award - "Matthew" Oil Painting by Mabel Glock of Bartlesville

Box Student Award - "Emma" Charcoal Drawing by Amber King of Bartlesville

Box Student Award - "Be Fresh Like a Fish" Sharpie Drawing by Brigette Bulleigh of Bartlesville

Ziegler Student Award - "Lova Arellano" Mixed Media by Shania Anderson of Bartlesville


Link to 2017 Spring Show Prospectus including entry form (Note that the prospectus is sized to print on 8.5 x 11 size paper)

"This project was supported in part by the Oklahoma Arts Council, which receives support from the State of Oklahoma and the National Endowment for the Arts."