- One to Six Art Purchase Award Program
One to Six Art Purchase Award Program
This program provides creative and meaningful treasures to Cultural Winners.
“One to Six” $900 Art Purchase Competition
Lawton Arts & Humanities Council (LAHC) and City of Lawton sponsor this biennial art purchase award where one artist's work is given as awards to six winners of the Lawton Cultural Awards. The Lawton Arts & Humanities Council's Program Committee serves as jury for this art purchase award, making recommendations to the council.
The award is $900.00 for six pieces. There is no entry fee. Forms are available in the fall.
Past artists recipients of the “One to Six” have been Chris Martin, photography; Jan Stratton, watercolor; Jenny Perry, mosaic, Janie Griffin, custom silver jewelry; John Hernandez, hand painted gourds with woven pine needles; Santos Rubio, Macro-photography; and Tom Biggs, watercolor just to name a few!
Call the Arts & Humanities Division at 580-581-3470/581-3471 for more information. Follow the link to learn more about the Lawton Cultural Awards,
Submissions can be mailed or delivered to the Arts & Humanities Division. For mail: Arts & Humanities Division, P.O. Box 1054, Lawton, OK 73502, Deliver to: Arts & Humanities Division, west entrance of McMahon Memorial Auditorium, 801 NW Ferris Ave., Hours are 8-12 and 1-5, Monday - Friday.
Photo courtesy of Chris Martin, the 2019 One to Six Art Purchase Winner
2019 Chris Martin, Photography
2018 Jan Stratton, Oil
2017 Santos Rubio, Macro Photography
2016 Jenny Perry, Jenny Perry, Mosaic
2015 Janie Griffin, Custom Jewelry
2014 John Hernandez, Hand-Painted Gourds with Pine Needle Weaving
2013 Santos Rubio, Macro Photography
2012 Myron Beeson, Carved Ostrich Egg
2011 Tom Biggs, Watercolor
2010 Patty Ferguson, Ceramic
2009 Myron Beeson, Hand-carved Eagle Feather
2008 Cynthia Clay, Mixed Media
2007 Kathy Liontas-Warren, Lithograph
2006 Kathy Liontas-Warren, Mixed Media
2005 Eva Yeahquo-Williams, Non-Representational Reliefs
2004 John Hernandez, Hand Painted Gourds with Pine Needle Weaving