Original art pieces can be won on new Kansas Lottery scratch card

TOPEKA, KS – The Kansas Lottery has revealed ten original paintings made by local artists that can be won on a new instant game.

The paintings were made by artists across the state and follow traditional and original state themes. One of the paintings to be won is a portrait of a single buffalo in a field with a perfect blue sky in the background.

The paintings were created to celebrate and help commemorate the Kansas Sesquicentennial in January.

For players who don’t win cash in the two dollar instant scratch game Kansas 150, can enter their tickets into a second chance drawing to try and win one of the ten paintings.

The Kansas Lottery is yet to reveal when the new ticket will be available for sale to the general public.

source: KSNT.com



Published: November 16, 2010

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