SoonerCon Artist Alley

SoonerCon 26 Artist Alley Tables

Airship Gypsy’s Gold

Allen Grimes

Anime This Woodwork

Appi Draws

Art by Aria and Magenta

Artist Anonymous
Jason Webb/Michael Garrett

Artistic Temperament Designs

Bill Eckel

Brad Foster

Brian McNatt

Carnival Grotesque

Craftberry Arts/ Stitches With Soul

Crazzy Redhead

Dennis McDonald

Harold Neal Paintings and Sculptures

Howaitogoburin Toy and Print Co.

Jacob Blackmon

Jerry DeCastro

John Ferguson

Larry Nemecek

Laughing Coyote

Made with Love

Melissa Lovelace

Monkey Business

MWB Design Studio

Neptune Deco

Perlin’ The Sprites by Liz

Red Dog Press LLC

Spooks & Treats

Steve Wedel

Ted Pennella/ Becky Kyle

Tex Thompson

The Bimbo Gamer

The IPHI Company

Tommy B. Smith

Woodbug Boutique

Artist Alley Application Process for SoonerCon 26

Applying for an Artist Alley Table at SoonerCon is a three-step process. Here is how it works.
  1. Click the button to apply for the space you wish to reserve.
  2. Fill in all requested information on the application form. Completing the application form does not guarantee a reservation of space at the convention.
  3. Check your email regularly. In late December and every two weeks following, the Exhibitor Coordinator will send an email (via the email address you provide on the application form) to all approved applicants. If your application is accepted, you will receive an approval email outlining the rest of the reservation process and containing a link to pay for the space. If you do not complete the steps outlined in the approval email within the allotted time (14 days), your spot will be released for other artists to reserve.

There is no cost for applying, but full payment or alternative arrangements must be made within two weeks of receiving an approval email, or the space will be released for other people to reserve.

Approvals will be prioritized by the following criteria:

  • Returning Artists
  • Participating Panelists
  • Order of Submission
  • Artist and Club Variety

What’s the difference between Artist Alley, the Art Show and Club Tables?

Artist Alley is located just outside of the Exhibitor Hall on the first floor. Artist Alley space is idea for networking and taking commissions. Space in Artist Alley is intended for individual artists and writers. Half tables are half of a full table that is shared between two different applicants. Both full and half Artist Alley tables come with one weekend membership. One additional weekend membership may be purchased at a discounted rate at the same time an Artist Alley table is purchased.

The Art Show is a great place for artists to sell their artwork without having to babysit it. Additionally, pieces that gets enough bids go to the live art auction on Saturday evening. Check out the SoonerCon Art Show page for more info.

Club Tables are located on the second floor and are intended for clubs, organizations, and conventions – not individuals. Each Club Table comes with two weekend memberships.

Artists Alley Full Table


Includes One Weekend Membership.

Artists Alley Half Table


Includes One Weekend Membership.

Artist Alley Table Application
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