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North Richland Hills has many natural areas that are abundant with flora, fauna and wildlife. To celebrate the warmer weather of Spring, area artists aged 15 and up are invited to submit a high resolution photograph of a drawing, painting, print, collage, digital work or photograph inspired by nature.

We look forward to sharing how people artistically interpret the natural world in this digital exhibition.

There is no fee to submit a high-quality jpeg of your artwork for this exhibition. No original work can be accepted - only a photograph of the art.

Artwork and an artist bio will be exhibited digitally on this website and on the NRH Parks & Recreation Facebook and Instagram pages. 


Artwork Submission Deadline:

5PM, MAY 3, 2021



Area artists are invited to submit a drawing, painting, print, collage, digital work or photograph inspired by nature.


  1. Take a high-resolution, high-quality photo of your artwork.

  2. Write your name, city of residence, and a 3 to 5 sentence artist biography (include your website, if you have one).

  3. Attach ONE photo of ONE artwork only,  and send in an email to

  4. Photos will not be accepted after 5PM, Monday, May 3, 2021

  5. There is no fee to submit work.

  6. Reminder: Only ONE work PER ARTIST can be submitted.

  7. Artists will be notified no later than May 7.

Artwork Submission Deadline:

5PM MAY 3, 2021

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Artist Angie Glover recently submitted her artwork of Linda Spurlock Park to the NRH Scenic Spot Digital Exhibition.

Angie’s pastel, along with her bio and website link, will be featured on this website starting May 10, 2021.

We want to feature YOUR work, too. Artists who email a high-resolution jpeg of their painting, drawing, digital art or photography will have their artwork, biography and website link shared online.

For exhibition details, email Sarah Green at

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