Current Winners

Results Pending


The judged awards will be  given in categories of  Adult, College,  High School, Middle School, and Elementary.  Typically, 1st, 2nd and 3rd places are given in each category plus honorable mentions.  Art is judged on the following criteria: relevance to the climate crisis, aesthetic excellence, and originality.  Results will be posted on this website and possibly through a zoom meeting. 

Prizes for the 5th Annual Exhibit are as follow:

  1st place $1000
  2nd place $600
  3rd place $400
  Honorable Mention $50
  1st place $500
  2nd place $250
  3rd place $100
  Honorable Mention $50
High School
  1st place $350
  2nd place $175
  3rd place $100
  Honorable Mention $50
Middle School
  1st place $250
  2nd place $150
  3rd place $100
  Honorable Mention $50
People's Choice Award $400

Judges of the 5th Annual Climate Crisis Art Exhibit

(in alphabetical order)


Georgia Brady.  Ms. Brady has been associated with  Waco Friends of the Climate for many years, and is a staunch supporter of its environmental projects.  She faithfully recycles household products such as glass and Styrofoam, and believes that rather than landfilling these items, finding a second life is vital.


Matt Helton.  Mr. Helton lives in Woodway, TX, and is a Certified Public Accountant, currently working in industry.  He is a member of Greenpeace, the Sierra Club, and Waco Friends of the Climate.   He supports all efforts to preserve the environment. 


Joyce Nobis.  Ms. Nobis is a Baylor University graduate and registered nurse (R.N.).  She believes that the magnitude and intricacies of climate change can be most effectively expressed through art.


Alan D. Northcutt, M.D.  Dr. Northcutt is Board Certified in Pathology & Dermatopathology, and retired after practicing 31 years in Waco, TX.  He believes that the climate crisis is the greatest danger of our time, and now devotes his energy to climate activism, as Director of Waco Friends of the Climate.


Donna E. Perkins.  Ms. Perkins is a native Texan who was born in Waco. After earning a Master’s Degree from the University of Houston at Clear Lake, she taught art in public school for 20 years. Retired from teaching,  she is now a full-time artist and a member of Archway Gallery, an artist owned and operated gallery in Houston. Donna is primarily an abstract artist with a passion for experimentation. Archway Gallery;