You Can Win Beautiful Garden Art Worth Up To Over $500!!!
One lucky member of the Mulch will win their choice* of a piece of fantastic garden art on metal from the great Mary Ahern Artist!
How to Enter: All you need to do is be a member of the Mulch and add three plants to your MY PLANTS list. As a bonus for every extra plant you add to your MY PLANTS list (after the first three) you'll get an another entry! So for instance if you add six plants to your MY PLANTS list, you'll be entered four times (once for the first three, then three times more)! It's FREE and easy to do. You can JOIN HERE if you're not a member already and here's a tutorial on how to add plants to your plant list: Creating Your Personal Plant List.
The metal garden art is stunningly beautiful and will be a fantastic addition to one lucky winners home or garden!
Samples of Mary Ahern's Garden Art on Metal:
* Contest details: The winner gets to choose one of Mary Ahern's Metal Prints (click here for choices) of any available size up to 20" on the longest side (there are a lot of different options). Shipping is included in the continental United States. The contest runs until May 30th. The winner will be chosen from random of all entrants.
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Artist Statement: "As a passionate gardener, my art is as intricately entwined as the gardens surrounding my studio. Cultivating and tending these gardens is the first stage of creating the art that grows in my studio.
Flowers represent to me a microcosm of the universe in their cycles of living and loving, families and relationships as well as their quest for survival and eventual senescence and rebirth.
With a duality of external and internal vision, I invite the viewer to see, larger than life, the beauty and intricacy of flowers and in their boldness I suggest a contemplation of their relevance and ours in the social order of our universe."…Mary Ahern.