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Sutton Scholarship Awards

Sutton Award for excellence in communicating current conservation issues: Sutton Scholarship Award

  1. Honoring the contributions of individuals anywhere who effectively use the visual arts to convey current conservation messages
  2. Providing scholarship funds to Oklahoma high school students who use visual media to convey current conservation messages

Entries are due January 16, 2015.
2015 Award applications are now available at this link! (PDF document)

If you are interested in donating to our scholarship fund or have questions, please contact Karen Kilbourne.

(Get the free Adobe Acrobat Reader here)

Sponsored by NatureWorks, with additional support from: Bama Companies, Willowbrush Studio + Gallery, Riggs, Abney, Neal, Turpen, Orbison, and Lewis, and additional donors.

First place winner for 2013: Michele Archambo of Metro Christian Academy.

A portion of the 2013 Sutton Award booth at the NatureWorks Art Show and Sale.

Previous years:

2012 award winner

2012 award winner


Some of The 2009 scholarship award winners and their teachers. From left to right: Judy McIntosh, Nahee Kim, Kathleen Daily, Stacy Rutherford, John Powell, Heidi Contreras, Cara Berberet, and Roxann Hulsey.


2009 Sutton Award scholarship award first place winner Cara Berberet and teacher Roxann Hulsey with Cara's Birds of the Tallgrass Prairie painting.


Second place winner John Powell with Wetland and Waterfowl Conservation painting.


The Sutton Award scholarships are sponsored by NatureWorks.