What Do the Colorado Outdoors Mean to You?
SOLE’s mission is to connect kids to the outdoors…so GET OUTSIDE with your family and create art that reflects your experience.
Students can submit original artwork that reflects Colorado wildlife, landscapes, how they like spending time outdoors, or they can depict what the Colorado outdoors means to them graphically imaginatively.
VIEW LAST YEAR’S FINALISTS HERE.
Must be postmarked by Friday, March 30, 2018.
11 x 17 inches
Grand Prize winners will receive an annual State Parks pass! Finalists will receive fantastic outdoor prizes.
Finalists will also have their artwork on temporary display at a participating Cabela’s location and on permanent display at the Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s headquarters office in Denver. In addition, they will receive a Certificate of Recognition and have their work showcased on SOLE media sites.
-One entry per student.
-Must be original artwork created by student.
-Write student’s name, age, grade, school, teacher, contact number, and description on a completed submission form.
-Accepted mediums include: paint, colored pencils, crayon, markers, water color, charcoal, pastels, mixed media, and photography. Be creative!
-Must be a participating SOLE school.
–Special note: Entries become the property of Colorado Parks and Wildlife and cannot be returned
-Artwork that features non-Colorado related wildlife or landscapes
-Art that displays names of commercial products, companies, or organizations
-Entries that are matted, mounted, laminated, framed, or folded
Submissions can be made in person or by mail to:
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
c/o: Sheryl Horton
Denver, CO 80216
If you have questions, please contact: