This week's question: An heiress donated $10 million to a Southern California college in exchange for her paintings — which a Los Angeles Times critic called "frankly terrible" — to be featured in an on-campus museum named after her. What should an exhibit of her pay-to-play art be called?
Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Fire feet
THE WINNER: "Abstract Extortionism"
Larry Heycock, Livingston, Montana
SECOND PLACE: "Self-Louvre"
Piper Ozmer, Roswell, Georgia
THIRD PLACE: "Quid Pro Show"
Dave Grossman, Petaluma, California
"The Crass Picture Show"
Ed Raymond, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
"Arts and Grafts''
Larry Rifkin, Glastonbury, Connecticut
"The Eye of the Purseholder"
Gary Koerzendorfer, Santa Clara, California
"Exit through the Grift Shop"
Paul Kim, Orono, Maine
Rebecca Campbell, Bloomington, Indiana
Stuart Gibson, Reston, Virginia
"Curate My Enthusiasm"
Lee Gibson, Delaware, Ohio
Joe Ayella, Wayne, Pennsylvania
"The Not-Earned Museum of Art"
Glen Alfredson, Durham, North Carolina.
"Endowment for My Arts"
Paul Myers, Great Falls, Virginia
Dan Muller, Fort Collins, Colorado
"Because I Can"
Pete Serenson, Royal Oak, Michigan