April 10, 2007
KIDS ARE INVITED TO DRAW OR PAINT THEIR FAVORITE
“WILD THINGS” AT OHIO STATE PARKS
“Wild Things” Kids’ Art Contest Accepting Entries Through June 15
COLUMBUS - Budding young artists age 18 and younger are encouraged to submit their drawings or paintings of animals, birds, bugs, plants or landscapes found in Ohio State Parks for the “Wild Things” Kids’ Art Contest. Entries are being accepted now through June 15.
Drawings or paintings in crayons, pencils, pastels, finger-paints, tempera, watercolors or acrylics will be accepted. Paper or cloth collages will also be accepted. Paper or canvas should be no smaller than 3 inches by 5 inches and no larger than 11 inches by 14 inches.
Content categories include furry things; things with wings; blooming things; crawling things; and pretty scenes. Entries will be judged in several age categories.
Winning entries will be featured in the fall-winter issue of Ohio State Parks magazine. All contest entries will be on display this summer at selected state parks. Wild Things entries will be on display at several state parks after the contest judging. Check on the internet at ohiostateparks.org after June 15 for dates and locations.
The back of each entry must include the child’s name, mailing address, age, grade, and the state park that is closest to home. Entries should be mailed to Ohio State Parks Art Contest, 2045 Morse Rd., Bldg. C-3, Columbus OH 43229-6693.
The children of Ohio State Parks employees are not eligible to compete in the contest.