Seek and Find Staff Favorites

Are you ready to seek and find?

Note: pre-reserved timed tickets are required for entry to Kirkland Museum

Instructions: 

Using your own device, match each of the detail images in this quiz with the correct name of the gallery where you found it on view at Kirkland Museum! Once you’ve found them all, look through the Staff Favorites virtual exhibition to learn more about each of the works presented from our three collections (Vance Kirkland paintings, Colorado art and International Decorative Art).

Helpful Hints:

  • Due to COVID-19, visitors are asked to view the Museum following a one-way path. The works appear in the order you should encounter them on your visit.
  • For help with room names, bookmark the Kirkland Museum Gallery Map.
  • Kirkland Staff especially like Art Deco and Modern pieces! Make sure to look for more than one artwork in each of those galleries.

If you enjoy your visit, ask in the Museum Store about becoming a member.

Have fun!

Results

Nice work!

Enjoy the rest of your visit to Kirkland Museum and be sure to learn more about these objects and why our staff chose them as favorites on the virtual exhibition page!

Thank you for taking part in our scavenger hunt!

Enjoy the rest of your visit to Kirkland Museum and be sure to learn more about these objects and why our staff chose them as favorites on the virtual exhibition page!

#1. Where is this plastic marvel displayed?

Here is the Panton Chair in Vance Kirkland Gallery 1!

#2. Where is this beautiful wood piece displayed?

Here is the Greene & Greene Bench for the Mrs. Adelaide M. Tichenor House as displayed in Promenade Gallery 2!

#3. Where is this iridescent beauty displayed?

Here is the Art Nouveau Bronze Lamp designed by Claude Bonnefond in Art Nouveau Gallery 4 (on the side table just left of center)!

#4. Where are these feet displayed?

Here is the Traccia Table with Bird’s Feet designed by Meret Oppenheim in Bauhaus Gallery 5!

#5. Where is this dashing fellow displayed?

Here is William Sanderson’s painting The Lovers in Promenade Gallery 2, just outside Bauhaus Gallery 5!

#6. Where is this fragrant accessory displayed?

Here is the Devilbiss Perfume Atomizer in Art Deco Gallery 6 (one shelf above the bottom)!

#7. Where is this colorful vase displayed?

Here is the Clarice Cliff shelf in Art Deco Gallery 6!

#8. Where is this leafy light displayed?

Here is the Artichoke Hanging Lamp designed by Poul Henningsen displayed in the Modern Scandinavian section of Modern Gallery 7!

#9. Where is this handy design displayed?

Here is the Stokke Armchair displayed in the Modern Scandinavian section of Modern Gallery 7!

#10. Where are these marshmallow clouds displayed?

Here is Tracy Felix’s Canyon Cloudshow painting in Modern Gallery 7!

#11. Where is this slender ceramic displayed?

Here is Eva Zeisel’s Museum Dinner Service displayed in the cases in Modern Gallery 7 (second shelf down)!

#12. Where is this dotted delight displayed?

Here is Vance Kirkland’s first dot painting, titled Painting No. 21, 1963, on view just outside of the Video Room!

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Seek and Find

Note: pre-reserved timed tickets are required for entry to Kirkland Museum

Instructions: Using your own device, match each of the detail images in this quiz with the correct name of the gallery where you found it on view at Kirkland Museum! Then visit the Staff Favorites virtual exhibition to learn more about each of the works presented from our three collections (Vance Kirkland paintings, Colorado art and International Decorative Art).

HINTS:

-Due to COVID-19, visitors are asked to view the Museum following a one-way path. The works appear in the order you should encounter them on your visit.

-For help with room names, bookmark the Kirkland Museum Gallery Map.

-Kirkland Staff especially like Art Deco and Modern pieces! Make sure to look for more than one artwork in each of those galleries.

If you enjoy your visit, ask in the Museum Store about becoming a member.

Have fun!