Last summer we began a six part treasure hunt. Any one who follows the trail and answers the final question correctly wins $400 in merchandise of your choosing.
The rules are pretty simple. You must provide us with your name, address and phone in addition to your email address when receiving the newsletters to be considered as a finalist. Some of you have entered only your email address to receive the newsletter, but we need a way to mail or phone you to let you know you won. So if you have not already purchased from us or filled in your account information with your name, address and phone please do so. The Art Needlepoint Company NEVER shares or sells this information with anyone. (stores are not eligible to participate)
Clue One: Go to the Whitney Museum online.
Find the Mapplethorpe of two men from1984.
Write down the title of the Mapplethorpe.
After visiting this site and any other sites
or books you care to read about baboons,
write down why baboons make faces and what their faces mean.
Go to Creative Roots which is a young website (yes even websites can get old)
which showcases various types of art from countries from all over the world.
Find three examples of art made into household objects and write down what you selected by name and what they have in common.
it's a word that is in every one of our newsletters and on our website.
It is something we all have in common.
Clue Six: Epicurean and William Morris
1.Create a sentence from the clues above
2. Post here on the blog or email us your sentence. All responses that are exactly like or are a near to exact match to the sentence we constructed wins your choice of $400 of canvases.
3. Respond by June 24th, 2012 to be eligible.
Winners will be notified by email and phone so be sure to register with all needed information, as stated above, to be eligible to win.