2017 StatewideYouth Impressions Juried Art Show

Register 1 piece of art ($3.00)

Register 2 pieces of art ($6.00)

Teachers: Download spreadsheet here
and call FAI 405.340.4481 for submission details.

Each artist may submit up to TWO entries only

ART TEACHERS: Please use this spreadsheet format for multiple student entries. Contact the FAI to make arrangements for purchase orders and checks. 405-340-4481 or email janet@coneyislandok.seanconrad.live

Entry Deadline: January 10, 2017 by 5:00 PM – NO ENTRIES RECEIVED AFTER DEADLINE

Saturday, January 14: 10:00 AM – 12:00 noon – Drop off labeled artwork at the Downtown Edmond Community Center, 28 E. Main, Edmond. NO WORK ACCEPTED AFTER NOON


Art School_______________________________

Grade_______ Medium_____________________



Monday, January 16: Award recipients will be listed on FAI website by noon.

Monday, January 16 – Thursday, January 26:Exhibit Open: Monday-Saturday 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM (MLK Day 8:00-5:00) & Sunday 9:00 PM – 1:00 PM.

Tuesday, January 17: 7:00 PM Awards Reception at the Downtown Edmond Community Center, 28 E. Main, Edmond.

Thursday, January 26: End of show. Pick up all work at the Downtown Edmond Community Center, 28 E. Main, Edmond, between 1:00 & 5:00 pm.

CATEGORIES: -Grades 1st-3rd -Grades 7th-9th

-Grades 4th-6th -Grades 10th-12th
AWARDS: 40 – $25 Awards of Excellence – 20 – $25 Special Recognition Awards

MEDIA ACCEPTED: Pencil, ink, oil pastels, soft pastels, watercolor, acrylic, oil, print media, photography (digital and traditional), mixed media, pottery, sculpture & fiberwork.


  • Two dimensional art work MUST be matted (with the exception of stretched canvas or canvas panels).
  • Maximum size is 30X40 (outside measurement).
  • Each entry should represent one individual child’s work. No group entries accepted.

About the Juror – Native Oklahoman, Reian Williams has been drawing and painting since he was a young child, even winning various art competitions in elementary school. After high school, he traveled abroad and settled in South Florida where he continued refining his art painting murals and fine art for clients in Florida, New York, New Jersey, and North Carolina. Now having moved back to his home state of Oklahoma, Reian is more focused than ever on the quality and consistency in producing his artwork. As he states, “Art is an emotion. Whether it is from the artist or the viewer, it is meant to give a message. We can each get our own different messages as well as our own different emotions. But it is a sense of depth in our perception towards relevance”. Reian is an adult art instructor at the Fine Arts Institute and recently opened HUE – Studio/Gallery in Downtown Edmond where his work, along with others, is on display.

Reasonable care will be given to all work. However, the work is submitted at the artists’ risk. Neither the Edmond Fine Arts Institute, The Edmond Community Center, or sponsors will be held responsible for damage, loss or theft of work. Art work submitted may be photographed and used in publicity. No accepted work will be released until Jan. 26TH The Fine Arts Institute will be free to dispose of any entry not claimed by January 31, 2017 unless prior arrangements have been made.

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