Emma's Childhood
General Art
Emma's Sports
Fun Facts on Emma
Emma's Life True or False
100

The place Emma was born

What is Medford, Oregon?

100

Andy Warhol famously painted these kinds of cans: Van Camp's Pork and Beans, Campbell's Soup, Starkist Tuna, Bush's Best Beans

Campbell's Soup Cans is a work of art consisting of thirty-two canvases, each painted with a Campbell's Soup can--one of each variety offered by the company at the time

100

Emma's favorite sport to watch

What is basketball?

100

Emma's favorite color?

What is red?
100

True or false, Emma has hiked the machu picchu trail.

What is true?

200

The name of Emma's dog

What is Lulu?

200

 Vincent Van Gogh sold this many paintings during his lifetime: 1, 27, 193, 842

Although he created more than 900 paintings, Van Gogh sold only one during his lifetime, "Red Vineyard at Arles" which was purchased by the sister of one of his friends.

200

Sports Emma has played competitively 

What is cross country, basketball, track, soccer, rugby?

200

Emma's favorite food?

What is thai food?

200

Emma had 7 pet lizards that she captured and kept at the house. True or false, she lost 2 in the house without ever telling her mom.

What is false?

300

The career Emma wanted to have at age 5

What is a nurse?

300

This quality is associated with peaches in Chinese art: illness, immortality, wealth, fertility 

Peaches symbolizing immortality (or the wish for a long and healthy life) are a common symbol in Chinese art. The Taoist god of longevity, Shoulao, is often depicted holding a peach, and Xiwangmu, the queen of immortals, is said to grow peaches in her garden.

300

Position Emma played most in Rugby

What is scrumhalf?

300

Emma's first BYU major?

What is illustration?

300

True or false, Emma lost her appendix and was hospitalized for multiple days.

What is false?

400

The items Emma collected growing up

What are glass animal figurines?

400

One of these Henri Matisse paintings was hung upside down at the Museum of Modern Art in New York for 46 days without anyone noticing: Le Bonheur de vivre, Les Capucines, Les Toits De Collioure, Le Bateau

Le Bateau ("The Boat"), a paper-cut by Henri Matisse, caused a minor stir in 1961 when the Museum of Modern Art in New York hung the work upside-down. It remained that way until the 47th day of the exhibit when Genevieve Habert, a stockbroker, noticed the mistake and notified a guard.

400

Event(s) Emma won gold in during her senior State Track and Field Meet

What is 4x4 relay, 800m, 400m, 300m hurdles?

400
Emma's favorite medium to work with in art

What is oil painting?

400

True or false, Emma has never broken a bone in her body

What is true?

500

The name of Emma's blanket 

What is Lovie?

500

Emma's favorite Utah artist

What is Colby Sanford?

500

The university Emma almost attended to play basketball

UVU

500

Emma's fastest 400 time

What is 58 seconds?

500

True or false, Emma went vegetarian for a year as a kid after watching a goat be slaughtered by hand

What is false?

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