61st Annual Permian Basin Juried Art Exhibition

(May 9 - June 23, 2019)

The Annual Permian Basin Juried Art Exhibition, hosted by the Ellen Noël Art Museum in partnership with the Odessa Art Association, aims to highlight the talent of artists in and around the West Texas region.

For this year’s exhibition, artists are encouraged to explore the theme OUT OF PLACE.


2019 Calendar

Mar 7

Submission Begins.  Send images of entries (Max 3 entries) to submissions@noelartmuseum.org (see submission guideline for details)

Mar 28 | 8pm

Submission and Payment Deadline

Apr 17

Acceptance Notification by Email

Apr 25 - May 2

Accepted Artwork Drop Off Begins. Works not dropped off by 8pm on May 2 will not be included in the exhibition.

May 9 | 6pm

Exhibition Opens with Reception and Awards. Awards announced at 6:30pm.

June 23

Exhibition Ends

June 25 - 30

Artwork Pick Up



$300 Best of Show (Juror Selected) 
Winner will also receive a solo show as part of the 62nd Annual Permian Basin Juried Art Exhibition curated by Daniel Zies, ENAM Curator

$150 Honorable Mentions x4 (Juror Selected)

$100 People’s Choice Award (Top Public Vote, prize awarded at end of exhibition)

Entry Fee

$25 per entry (Max 3)

Member Discount: $15 per entry for OAA & ENAM Members (Max 3) *Please ensure that your membership is up to date.

Student Discount: $10 per entry (Max 3) *Please note school/university with digital submission information.


Kristi Reese, ENAM Registrar 432.550.9696 x212 registrar@noelartmuseum.org


Terms of Entry

• Artists must be 18 years or older

• Maximum of 3 artworks per artist

• Original work only; No reproductions or copies of published works

• Artwork not previously exhibited in any OAA show or at the Ellen Noël Art  Museum

• Wall works must be wired for hanging

• Exhibited artworks cannot be picked up early

• Delivery & pick up of artworks are the responsibility of the artist 

Juror Bio


Tina Fuentes earned her B.F.A. and M.F.A. degrees at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas where she trained in painting, drawing and printmaking.  She has numerous one woman, group, museum and gallery exhibitions to her credit from throughout the U.S. and particularly Texas and New Mexico.  She has participated extensively as an exhibition juror and has served as a member of the Visual Arts Panel’s of the New Mexico State Arts Division and the Texas Commission on the Arts. Presently she is a Professor within the School of Art at Texas Tech University.