Hello fellow wombats! It has indeed been a while. Ruskin, Top and I have been away making the most of our writing, and exploring art museums and galleries. They particularly enjoyed Tate Britain where they were allowed to take a few pictures of their favourites. Their favourites were many…
This week, we have a wee competition for you all – wombats – and indeed their humans may win the postcard of their choice! The wombats chose them all from Aberdeen Art Gallery where they all reside.
Postcard A: is Penelope and Her Suitors by John William Waterhouse, 1912
Postcard B: is Titian’s First Essay in Colour by William Dyce, 1857
Postcard C: is Bright Eyes by John Everett Millais, 1877
Postcard D: is Mariana by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1870.
All you have to do is post a one line reason in the comments section why that postcard should be sent to you (or your wombat). You should state the postcard of your choice, or just say any if you are happy to receive any one of the four.
The best answers picked by Ruskin and Top (The Ruskin always has the deciding vote) wins, and you will be asked for an address for your card to be sent to. The wombats would also be happy to see when that card arrives at its destination. Competition is open worldwide, and finishes on the 29 September.
Happy Wombat Friday!