puzzles

This is the latest in our line of Petoskey Stone Puzzles. This 550 piece puzzle is 18x24 inches and is made in the USA. This Puzzle is made with soy based paint and recycled cardboard.


$19.99
SKU: X69818

Our tribute to Morel mushroom fanatics. Show off your love of this treasured mushroom. This 550 piece puzzle is 18x24 inches and is made in the USA. It is made with soy based paint and recycled cardboard.


$19.99
SKU: X8266

This 550 piece puzzle is 18×24 inches and is made in the USA. It is made with soy based paint and recycled cardboard. We use the highest grade cardboard on the market to ensure great quality pieces!


Charles White (American, 1918–1979)
Mary McLeod Bethune, 1978

Groundbreaking educator and civic leader Mary McLeod Bethune is the statuesque central figure in Charles White’s mural for the Los Angeles Public Library. One of seventeen children, and among the first in her family born after emancipation, Bethune founded the Daytona Literary and Industrial Training School for Negro Girls (now Bethune-Cookman University).

White, raised on Chicago’s South Side, studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Art Students League of New York. During the Great Depression, as an artist with the Works Progress Administration, he deepened his appreciation for social realism and strove to inspire hope through his artwork.

With education and learning as the central theme, his mural emphasizes black families and the significance of music, education, and culture. Behind the figures, White excerpted key points from Bethune’s My Last Will and Testament. It details the deeply held values she hoped would be her legacy: such powerful forces as love, hope, faith, a thirst for education, respect for the uses of power, and racial dignity.

With subjects ranging from fine art, nature, and architecture to humor, the metaphysical, and more, Pomegranate’s interlocking jigsaw puzzles combine stunning images, superb color reproduction, and sturdy construction to delight generations of novice and veteran puzzle solvers alike.

CautionWARNING: Choking hazard—small parts. Not suitable for children under 3 years.


Charley Harper (American, 1922–2007)
The Desert

Charley Harper’s The Desert was originally featured on a poster commissioned by the US National Park Service. The painting includes an abundance and variety of flora and fauna, from the gila woodpecker (center) to the white-throated woodrat hiding beneath it. Nocturnal creatures blend into the darkness, but their eyes glow, ever alert! Harper made paintings filled with color, motion, and fun. His careful study of each creature helped him simplify its form so that its unique personality shone through. His work has been treasured by art and animal enthusiasts for decades.

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Daniel Merriam (American, b. 1963)
Changing Views, 2016

Contemporary surrealist Daniel Merriam paints an airy dreamworld of Victorian characters and architectural wonders. His paintings often seem lit from within but underlaid by darkness, fueled by fantasy and a romantic sensibility. Merriam studied mechanical and architectural design before becoming an architectural illustrator. By age twenty-three he had given up a successful commercial art career to pursue fine art. In 2012 he opened Bubble Street Gallery—an emporium celebrating creativity and imagination in Sausalito, California—where he showcases his paintings, sculpture, and fine objects d'art. Merriam’s works have been exhibited across the United States, Europe, and the Middle East.

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Larry Wilson is a San Francisco Bay Area painter who previously served as a color and design consultant for US Army and Air Force facilities. For over thirty years he taught art to young people, and he was himself a student of the distinguished watercolorist Jade Fon.

In Spirit of San Francisco Wilson juxtaposed dozens of the city’s famous sights, from a hushed pagoda to a pier echoing with the cries of gulls and sea lions, with a wreath of fog snaking in from the Pacific.

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Charley Harper (American, 1922–2007)
The Coral Reef

Wildlife artist Charley Harper, whose whimsical paintings portraying all kinds of creatures have delighted art and animal lovers for over sixty years, came by his love of nature as a child growing up in rural West Virginia. Harper (American, 1922–2007) developed his unique style while a student at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the Art Students League in New York City. He went on to illustrate numerous books and to create works for many conservation organizations, including the Audubon Society and the National Park Service, for which The Coral Reef was produced. Harper designed more than fifty posters for various natural areas, parks, and conservation organizations, each celebrating a special part of our natural world in the unmistakable and vibrant style Harper called “minimal realism.”

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Charley Harper (American, 1922–2007)
The Sierra Range, 1990

Charley Harper (American, 1922—2007) designed more than fifty posters for various natural areas, parks, and conservation organizations, each colorful work celebrating a special part of our natural world in his unmistakable and vibrant style. When asked to describe this style, Harper responded: “I regard the picture as an ecosystem in which all the elements are interrelated, interdependent, perfectly balanced, without trimming or unutilized parts; . . . in a world of chaos, the picture is one small rectangle in which the artist can create an ordered universe. ” Harper’s distinctive use of simple geometric shapes, patterns, and vivid colors succinctly captures the essence of each creature he portrayed.

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Bill Martin
Garden of Life, 1969

Bill Martin (American, 1943–2008) was born in the San Francisco Bay Area, and with the backdrop of late–1960s and early–1970s idealistic counterculture, he was inspired to explore the landscapes of the natural world and those of the psyche; in doing so he became a central figure in the visionary art movement. Martin received his BFA and MFA degrees from the San Francisco Art Institute, where he later taught. His paintings have been exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim in New York, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, and the Musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris, among others. He is the author of Paintings 1969–1979 (Harmony, 1979), The Joy of Drawing (Watson-Guptill, 1993), and Lost Legends (Pomegranate, 1995).

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Irene Hardwicke Olivieri
Better is the Ready, 2010

Among the recurring themes in American artist Irene Hardwicke Olivieri’s enchanting, idiosyncratic, and curiously complex artworks, are self-portraits in which the artist is physically and emotionally exposed. She frequently incorporates art supplies—“symbols of hope, anticipation, and eagerness”—into her autobiographical paintings. When telling the story behind her larger-than-life work Better is the Ready, Olivieri relates how she thinks of the artist “like a soldier or scout, wearing badges of past experiences, triumphs, and challenges.” Neither humans nor animals are simple portraits under Olivieri’s brush; her works explore the wildness within and without.

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Mosaic: Limited Aesthetica Prism by Christopher Marley
Beetles (Coleoptera), true bugs (Hemiptera), moths and butterflies (Lepidoptera), bees (Hymenoptera), damselflies (Odonata), flies (Diptera), and mantis (Mantodea)

As a young artist, Christopher Marley spent many years in tropical regions where his fascination with insect populations gradually prevailed over an initial phobia, leading to yet more arduous excursions to locales where the gaudiest butterflies and beetles dwell. Through his work with these enigmatic creatures, Marley aims to inspire new appreciation and, in turn, help slow habitat destruction. Environmentalists and entomologists agree that insect collecting can aid preservation by offering an economic incentive to preserve the environments in which they thrive. Marley’s elegant presentation highlights both the striking symmetry and the uniqueness of each creature. His subjects are rarely understated, and their colors are true to life.

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Mike Wilks: The Ultimate Alphabet: The Letter S 1,000-Piece Jigsaw Puzzle Cover Image
$21.95
ISBN: 9780764971952
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Published: Not Avail - June 15th, 2015

Mike Wilks: The Ultimate Alphabet: The Letter P 1,000-Piece Jigsaw Puzzle Cover Image
$19.95
ISBN: 9780764971969
Availability: Backordered
Published: Not Avail - June 15th, 2015

E. Martin Hennings (American, 1886–1956)
The Rendezvous, about 1925

A successful Chicago-area commercial artist and muralist early in his career, Ernest Martin Hennings later became known for colorful plein-air paintings that depicted the people, cultures, and natural landscape around Taos, New Mexico. Hennings (American, 1886–1956) was invited to become a member of the Taos Society of Artists in 1924. His work embodied the American Southwest of his day and would ultimately contribute to a groundswell of appreciation for Western American art.

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Woodland Wonders, 1977 , by Charley Harper (American, 1922–2007)

Ever a conservationist, Charley Harper (American, 1922–2007) transported viewers into the natural world via lively but self-described flat images that don’t lay claim to the third dimension. Rather, his paintings of forest fauna and flora, colorful canyons, teeming coral reefs, and, above all, brilliant birds, emphasize hard-edged simplicity. Harper’s simple geometric shapes, patterns, and vivid colors succinctly express the essence of each creature he portrayed.

Harper’s posters have been published by more than fifty nature- and conservation-oriented organizations, including this one, his first, for the Cincinnati Nature Center in 1977. They have become some of his most enjoyed works—skillful and playful menageries of local wildlife.

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The Alpine Northwest by Charley Harper (American, 1922–2007)

Charley Harper (1922–2007) has delighted art and animal lovers with his engaging paintings for more than sixty years. His distinctive use of simple shapes, geometric patterns, and vivid colors—a style he defined as “minimal realism”—succinctly captured the essence of each creature he portrayed. Harper’s posters have been published by more than fifty nature- and conservation-oriented organizations. The Alpine Northwest is one of ten posters he was commissioned to create for the National Park Service. The bald eagle and other plants and animals are inhabitants of Olympic, Mount Rainier, and North Cascades National Parks.

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Enassamishhinjijweian, 2009, by Tom Uttech (American, b. 1942)

Teeming with life, optimism, and a sometimes improbable congregation of species, the paintings of Tom Uttech (American, b. 1942) celebrate natural abundance and diversity and evoke a spiritual connection with the wilderness. From treks through unspoiled forests in Wisconsin and Ontario, the artist gleans impressions later expressed in monumental landscapes such as Enassamishhinjijweian (Ojibwe for “hope of good things to come”). Part visionary, part realist, Uttech hopes his paintings will inspire deeper care for our natural world.

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Charley Harper (American, 1922–2007)
Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument, California, 2002

From the Appalachian foothills of his youth to the mountains of the American West, explored while on a traveling scholarship in 1947, Charley Harper (American, 1922–2007) gathered impressions of nature that would forever inform his artwork. He said, “I came to grips with my new attitude toward form—SIMPLIFY. I couldn’t get a Rocky Mountain on a piece of paper without simplifying it. I walked away from a scene before putting brush to paper, eliminated perspective and shading, and recorded only what I felt to be its essence. It was the most satisfying painting I had ever done. I had discovered life after realism.”

Harper’s paintings and prints have been published by a variety of nature- and conservation-oriented organizations. His work has been featured in Ford Times magazine (1948–1982); on posters for the National Park Service, the Audubon Society, and many other conservation organizations; and in several books, including Harper Ever After: The Early Work of Charley and Edie HarperCharles Harper’s Birds & WordsCharley Harper: An Illustrated LifeCharley Harper’s Animal Kingdom, and the Charley Harper Nature Discovery Series.

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Cliff McReynolds (American, b. 1933)
Will, c. 1985

A note from the artist:
I’m not interested in “self-expression” or “personal truth” but in truth itself, particularly in its aesthetic and spiritual dimensions. In fact I define art as the creative expression of truth.

Because I use the trial and error method—mostly error—I experience painting as a series of emergencies building to a central crisis; will it be a work of art or trash? Even a good result is a mixed blessing because it can get you half believing that perfection is just around the corner. Not true, of course; one of the beauties of perfection is that the closer you come to it, the farther away it gets.

Certain distinctions often elude me as well: the difference between freedom and license, success and fulfillment, and especially between willfulness and tenacity. Years ago I approached all this with common sense, willpower, and reason. These days I prefer something more practical, like prayer.
—Cliff McReynolds

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The Kiss by Robert Bissell

Robert Bissell grew up on a farm in England, surrounded by the beauty and magic of the natural world. In his paintings, he loves to playfully imagine the lives and experiences of wild animals, such as the gentle encounter portrayed here. When he isn’t painting rabbits and butterflies, he paints bears, rats, kangaroos, dragonflies, and a host of other creatures.

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Puz Marley/Beautiful Beetles Cover Image
$16.95
ISBN: 9780764955273
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Published: Pomegranate Communications - August 27th, 2010

Michael Hague (American, b. 1948)
Fairies, 2010

Rarely glimpsed but always fascinating to children and poets, the elusive world of fairies might actually exist right under our noses. Perhaps the tiny sprites really do frolic in our flower gardens, as depicted in this enchanting painting by Michael Hague (American, b. 1948). Maybe we could see them hovering over the blooms and hand-feeding the hummingbirds, if we looked very, very carefully.

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Wings of the World Jigsaw Puzzle 300 Piece Cover Image
By Charley Harper (Illustrator)
$16.95
ISBN: 9780764959493
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Published: Pomegranate Communications - May 1st, 2011

Edward Gorey (American, 1925–2000)
Seventeen Cats on the Front Steps of 82 Maple Street

No two cats stand, sit, stretch, or snooze quite the same way. A dignified calico tucks her paws neatly under her, while an adolescent tabby lolls like a possum, with feet in the air. Artists realized the infinite variety of these creatures long ago, but in spite of millions of sketches and photos, the inventive cat is always ten poses ahead of them. The relaxed residents of 82 Maple Street were drawn by Edward St. John Gorey, an illustrator and writer whose imagination produced dancing elephants, doomed ballerinas, heaps of lost umbrellas, and far more.

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W. W. Denslow (American, 1856–1915)
Illustration recolored from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

A yellow-brick road, a city made of emeralds, and a girl from Kansas wearing magical shoes: welcome to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz! Written in 1900 by L. Frank Baum, the story sets Dorothy and her dog Toto on the path to see the Wizard, only to meet an unlikely trio also in need of wizardry: the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, and the Cowardly Lion. The book was illustrated by William Wallace Denslow, and in the picture shown here (the last one in the book) Dorothy presents a golden cap to a good witch named Glinda. Moments afterward, Dorothy is back home in Kansas. But her adventures continued, as Baum wrote thirteen more Oz books.

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Inspecting the Tarts, from The Nursery “Alice,” 1980, written by Lewis Carroll [i.e., Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] and illustrated by Sir John Tenniel (English, 1820–1914)

The King and Queen inspect the tarts in Lewis Carroll’s classic children’s story. This illustration was the frontispiece for The Nursery “Alice,” a shortened version of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland adapted for children “from nought to five.”

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Puz Winteringham/Alphabet Cover Image
$16.95
ISBN: 9780764972393
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Tree of Lovers by Paul Heussenstamm (American, b. 1949)

The child of artist parents who “met at the easel,” Paul Heussenstamm grew up in a highly creative, spiritual environment that helped form the pattern of his life and work. Today his artwork incorporates aspects of many spiritual traditions, expressing in vivid color what he calls “soul patterns.” Trees and mandalas figure prominently in his paintings, suggesting rootedness in nature and connection with divinity. So that others may discover their own spiritual paths through art, he teaches mandala-painting workshops around the world.

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Paul Heussenstamm (American, b. 1949)
Monarch Tree

Paul Heussenstamm connects spiritually through his art, which often explores Buddhism, Hinduism, and Christianity in meditative works. A fourth-generation artist, Heussenstamm grew up in a creative, spiritual environment and has made it his life’s work to create sacred art that he shares with others. He regularly teaches workshops around the world and at his Laguna Beach, California, studio.

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Makoto Nakamura (Japanese, b. 1947)
Five Motifs: Cats, Rabbits, Birds, Fish, and Flowers

Makoto Nakamura (Japanese, b. 1947) is one of the foremost tessellation artists in the world. He was inspired by the works of M. C. Escher and began creating his own tessellations in the 1970s. His digital animals, people, and plants form repeating patterns without gaps or overlaps. Nakamura is the founder of the Japan Tessellation Design Association.

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Claire Winteringham (British, b. 1956)
Numbers

What’s in a garden? Flowers and vegetables to be sure, but this garden grows numbers too! Artist Claire Winteringham has counted all the bees and butterflies and berries and bunnies, and chickens and cherries, and oh so many more wonders of the garden. Can you find them all?

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Pat Scott (English, 1932–2017)
A Resounding Success, 2012

Festooned with felines, this sweet scene is the sort of quirky, happy art Pat Scott is known for. Her paintings often feature our furry or feathered companions, whether in quaint domestic portraits or fanciful creations, such as these cats in concert.

Scott attended Ealing Art College in London, worked in the film industry, and exhibited her art throughout England.

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Charley Harper (American, 1922–2007)
Gorman Heritage Farm, 1996

Take a trip out to the country with Charley Harper’s Gorman Heritage Farm. Harper, a dedicated supporter of land preservation, created this artwork for the working farm and outdoor education center near Cincinnati, Ohio. He distilled the essence of fruits, vegetables, farm animals, and even harvesting machinery into a colorful scene sure to please Old MacDonald himself!

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Edward Gorey (American, 1925–2000)
Illustrations from Dancing Cats and Neglected Murderesses

Prolific artist and author Edward St. John Gorey (American, 1925–2000) published more than one hundred works, designed sets and costumes for the stage, and had a profound affection for ballet, literature, film, and animals. These cats—who can be found knitting, skating, balancing, and juggling their way through his book Dancing Cats and Neglected Murderesses—fit right in with the rest of his anthropomorphic animals and Edwardian eccentrics.

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Robert Bissell (American, b. England 1952)
The Swimmer, 2010

While it is clear that artist Robert Bissell (American, b. England 1952) derives his inspiration from the animal world, his paintings are not simply portraits of bears and other creatures. They are allegories for the challenges and discoveries all living beings encounter on life’s journey. The English-born Bissell started out surrounded by animals on his family’s farm. After studying photography at the Royal College of Art in London and later moving to America, he spent a decade in the corporate world before starting his own catalog company. Soon, however, he decided to follow his heart and create art full-time. Pomegranate also publishes Robert Bissell’s work in boxed notecards, a calendar, a coloring book, other jigsaw puzzles, and the book Hero: The Paintings of Robert Bissell.

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Gregory L. Blackstock (American, b. 1946)
The World Landmark Buildings of Greatest Histories & Heights Recorded, 2011

For Seattle artist Gregory L. Blackstock, who is autistic, the world is made up of countless things needing to be identified, ordered, and arranged—be they bugs, birds, vehicles, or landmark buildings. Creating art has become his outlet for defining an unpredictable world. Once he chooses a subject, he seeks to record all the variations within that group, to make the artwork “complete.” Blackstock began drawing regularly in his early forties. Since his first solo art show in 2004 at age fifty-eight, his list-like drawings have found a place in museums and homes around the world.

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Irelande, 1599; Map by Baptista Boazio (Italian, fl. 1588–1606); engraved by Renolde Elstrack (English, 1570–c. 1625)

Italian cartographer Baptista Boazio and English engraver Renolde Elstrack were foremost professionals in their respective fields. Their somewhat unusual 1599 map of Ireland—oriented with north to the right—was created using a “Scale of 30 Common myles of Irland.” This map is signed “Your Majesties most Humble and loyall subject, Baptista Boazio” and “graven by Renolde Elstrack” and notes that “Theise Descriptions of Ireland are to be sould in the popes head Alley, by Mr Sudbury.”

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Story Map of Ireland, 1935

This delightfully detailed pictorial map of Ireland was part of a series of “story maps” produced by Colortext Publications in the 1930s and 1940s. The Story Map of Ireland features historical facts about Éire’s major battles, discoveries, and cultural events; basic geographic details, including elevations, bodies of water, bays, counties, and towns; as well as intricate borders and title decorations adapted from the Book of Kells and Book of Mac Durnan illuminated manuscripts. Captions labeling landmarks such as lighthouses, castles, and universities intermingle with bits of whimsy such as a leprechaun and a limerick. Amid the ships of many centuries sailing the surrounding seas are the portraits of “Dublin’s Sons,” “Irish Patriots,” “Erin’s Heroes,” and “Modern Bards.” The Story Map of Ireland is one of many such creatively illustrated maps included in the world’s largest cartographic collection, the Geography and Map Division of the Library of Congress.

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Paul Heussenstamm (American, b. 1949)
Mandala Fruit Tree

Artist and teacher Paul Heussenstamm’s vibrant sacred art often features his signature motif, the mandala, a mystical symbol many see as a doorway to the soul. Heussenstamm (American, b. 1949) believes that soul patterns are manifested in mandalas, which have played a role in Eastern spiritual development for centuries and are widely favored as meditational focal points.

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Unknown artist Flammarion engraving (color added), from L’atmosphère: météorologie populaire, 1888

The first documented appearance of the Flammarion engraving is in the 1888 L’atmosphère: météorologie populaire (The atmosphere: popular meteorology) by Camille Flammarion. The engraving is a composite of images from different historical periods and is possibly the work of Flammarion (1842–1925), a French astronomer who also studied the occult and wrote novels. A crater on the moon and one on Mars have been named after him.

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Pat Scott (English, 1932–2017)
Taking Off, 1996

Whether taking off, coming in for a landing, or floating on downy feathers, Pat Scott’s waterfowl will capture the fancy of children and adults alike. Her paintings often feature flora and fauna imagined with a gentle touch.

Scott attended Ealing Art College in London and earned a degree in Fine Art at University of Reading. She also worked in the film industry and exhibited her art throughout England.

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Robert Bissell
The Golden Hour, 2017

Robert Bissell paints serene landscapes inhabited by magical creatures—often creatures that are fond of standing on two legs, as they are particularly good mirrors of human existence. His paintings invite a childlike sense of wonder, appreciation for our precarious connection with the natural world, and contemplation of life’s transitions and mysteries. More of Bissell’s works can be found in Hero: The Paintings of Robert Bissell (Pomegranate, 2013).

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Pat Scott (English, 1932–2017)
Attraction, 2011

A lone butterfly is attracted to the hot colors of summer blooms in Pat Scott’s bright floral painting. Her artworks often feature flora and fauna imagined with a gentle touch.

Scott attended Ealing Art College in London and earned a degree in Fine Art at University of Reading. She also worked in the film industry and exhibited her art throughout England.

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Matthew Bohan (American, b. 1965)
Whites and Blues, 2018

Matthew Bohan has been painting wildlife since he was a kid. Birds are his passion, and he has created a fanciful flock of six different species in Whites and Blues. Snowy egrets, white ibis, tricolor herons, blue jays, eastern bluebirds, and tufted titmice are all depicted with Bohan’s mastery of pattern, motion, color, and texture.

Bohan has master’s degrees in biology and medical illustration. He works as a medical illustrator, wildlife artist, and photographer.

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Valerie Fowler
Gardenias for Katie, 2009

Ruffled, luscious gardenias bloom alongside the fiery foliage of canna lilies in Valerie Fowler’s painting Gardenias for Katie. Her works often portray a natural world of extreme beauty and vigor while also commenting on nature’s sensitive vulnerability, exploring the mark we humans make on it.

Fowler grew up in Houston, graduated from the University of Texas, and now resides in Austin. She is an art instructor at the Art School at Laguna Gloria in Austin. She paints or draws daily in her home studio, never far from her garden.

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Paul Heussenstamm (American, b. 1949)
Tapestry Mandala

Paul Heussenstamm’s vibrant sacred art incorporates principles of many religious traditions, among them Buddhism, Hinduism, and Christianity. Heussenstamm grew up in a highly creative, spiritual environment that helped form the pattern of his life and work. His signature motif is the mandala, a mystic symbol that for him, “has opened the doorway into the symbolic language of the soul.” Mandalas, which are typically circular and geometric in form, often represent wholeness or unified energy. Mandalas have played a role in Eastern spiritual development for centuries and are widely favored as meditational focal points because of their balancing and calming effects.

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Claude Monet (French, 1840–1926)
Water Lilies, ca. 1914–1917

Claude Monet (French, 1840–1926) was boundlessly inspired by the water-lily pond he created in his garden at Giverny. Throughout his last three decades of life he painted it repeatedly, attempting to capture the play of light and shadow in reflections of the flowering plant life that graced the water’s surface. Monet’s artistic focus resulted in a glorious body of work inseparable from its subject matter. The water lilies painting featured here, created when the artist was in his midseventies, is in the collection of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

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Maximilien Luce (French, 1858–1941)
Notre-Dame de Paris, 1900

A stunning vision of Notre-Dame Cathedral, its towers and south facade tipped with the waning light of golden hour, this is also a portrait of Paris and its people. French artist Maximilien Luce toiled to effectively portray the “ceremonies, marriages, people coming and going, the crowds” seen here. Going about their day, they pass along the Quai Saint-Michel, drive horse-drawn carriages, and work on the dredging barges of the Seine.

Luce grew up in a working-class neighborhood of Paris and was trained as an engraver. He studied drawing and painting and went on to create landscapes and scenes of urban life in impressionist and neo-impressionist styles. Politically aligned with the proletariat, Luce contributed prints and illustrations to the anarchist press. In 1894 he was arrested for anarchist activity and spent more than a month in jail. Throughout his career Luce exhibited his work with the Société des Artistes Indépendants. He painted more than a dozen versions of this view, with Notre-Dame de Paris selling at auction in 2011 for more than $4 million.

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Caio Locke
Metropolis, 2008

Rio de Janeiro goes futuristic in Metropolis. In gauzy layers high above Guanabara Bay, the city is abustle, as dreamlike carnival processions and floating rush-hour highways spiral around massive edifices. Spirits rise and neon lights glow. Many landmarks are here, though not as you’d expect—Christ the Redeemer is dwarfed by the city, and the Mayan-inspired Metropolitan Cathedral is multiplied by the dozen. Behind a cobweb veil that creeps up the painting is an inseparable mingling of future and tradition.

Anglo-Brazilian artist Caio Locke left behind a legal career to become a painter. His travels between London and Rio de Janeiro influence his work, which often focuses on cities.

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John Dilnot (English, b. 1956)
Night Flight, 2013

John Dilnot created his Night Flight screen print over the course of six weeks, starting with a solid-black printed ground and adding layers of opaque color. The buildup of intense colors gives the work a strong physicality, he says. Imagery for the moths originated in found line drawings of specific species, although the resulting multicolor swarm in the night sky is perhaps an unnatural phenomenon. Dilnot also creates books, boxes, paintings, and other works, many of which examine humans’ relationship with nature. He has studied graphic design, fine art, and printmaking, and his artworks and bookworks can be found in galleries, museums, and private collections.

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Rebecca Campbell (British, b. 1965)
Do Not Disturb, n.d.

For the bibliophile whose library is never complete, a puzzle of books! This painting by Rebecca Campbell is packed with classic literary volumes (minus that wonderful old book smell) and even includes faithful four-legged reading companions.

Campbell frequently paints works focusing on animals and literature, and sometimes a combination of both. Born in England and raised in Ireland, she trained at the City and Guilds of London Art School and lives and works in South London. She exhibits her work often, in galleries in the United Kingdom and throughout North America.

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Charley Harper (American, 1922–2007)
Canyon Country

Charley Harper (American, 1922–2007) designed more than fifty posters for various natural areas, parks, and conservation organizations. Each celebrated a special part of our natural world in his unmistakable style. His distinctive use of simple shapes, geometric patterns, and vivid colors—a style he defined as minimal realism—succinctly captured the essence of each creature he portrayed.

Canyon Country is one of ten posters Harper was commissioned to create for the US National Park Service. Here he depicted public lands in southern Utah, northern Arizona, eastern Nevada, and western Colorado. His landscape teems with the wildlife that thrives in the desert Southwest’s dramatic terrain.

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Peafowl, ducks, flowers and rocks, 1800–1880
Nagasaki school, Japan

Paintings of birds and flowers enjoy a long tradition in Japanese art. This hanging scroll reflects the realism of the Nagasaki school, an Edo period school or style of painting. The Edo period (1603–1868) was a time of great significance in Japan’s history because at the beginning of the seventeenth century, the country was unified under the Tokugawa family after years of civil unrest. The following years were ones of unprecedented peace and prosperity, prompting an increase in artistic, cultural and social development.

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Olga Suvorova (Russian, b. 1966)
Venice, 2017

Put on your finest for Olga Suvorova’s Venice. The artist’s lavish works center upon the commedia dell’arte, its characters and themes depicted in a signature style influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites, Gustav Klimt, and traditional Russian icons. Her ornate costumes—their silks and velvets, jewels and embroideries—are often the stars of any scene, which she rounds out with musical instruments, flowers, and animals. The result is a lush tapestry, delicate in feeling but full of undeniably boisterous color.

Suvorova, who comes from a family of artists, studied monumental composition at the St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts. She is known for her portraiture, both at home in Russia and around the world.

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Sir Edwin Landseer (English, 1802–1873)
The Monarch of the Glen, c. 1851

A spectacular vision of a twelve-point stag, The Monarch of the Glen is undoubtedly the most famous of Sir Edwin Landseer’s works, reproduced on everything from prints to whisky labels. The English artist visited Scotland annually and combined his hunting expeditions with sketching trips. He amassed a body of work known for its exceptional depiction of animals, often in relation to humans, making this solitary creature all the more striking. Landseer’s grand monarch now permanently stands watch at the Scottish National Gallery, thanks to a global fundraising campaign to keep this monumental work at home, in Scotland.

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Edward Hopper (American, 1882–1967)
Portrait of Orleans, 1950

Edward Hopper’s distinctive oil paintings convey subtle emotion, often construed as loneliness. A single figure populates Portrait of Orleans, imparting a sense of silence to the nearly deserted scene. Still, Hopper (American, 1882–1967) repeatedly maintained that his interest lay in capturing light rather than conveying a mood. “I like long shadows and early and late sunlight. I am very much interested in light, and particularly sunlight, trying to paint sunlight without eliminating the form under it, if I can.” Hopper traveled throughout the United States for more than forty years, recording everyday views of people and their surroundings.

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Dan May (American)
Escaping the Weight of Darkness, 2015

Dan May’s dreamlike paintings are filled with mystery and emotion, inviting viewers to create their own narratives. He describes his art as “not from a specific time or place; it is surreal in nature and puts forth suggestive themes that can lead the viewer toward a unique story.” In turn, each story is outlined by its setting and often grounded in the natural beauty of northern Michigan, where the artist lives and works.

May earned a BFA from Syracuse University and has exhibited his paintings in galleries and museums throughout the world.

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Daniel Merriam (American, b. 1963)
Fish Story, 2005

Float into dreamland with Daniel Merriam’s art. Merriam is a specialist in portraying the elated fantasies of dreams, exaggerated and coiffed with a steampunk sensibility. Fish Story, its world aglow with an iridescent shimmer, is laden with the magic that permeates his art.

Merriam (American, b. 1963) grew up in a small village along the coast of Maine and taught himself to paint. He studied mechanical and architectural design and began his career as an architectural illustrator. In 2012 he opened Bubble Street Gallery—an emporium celebrating creativity and the imagination in Sausalito, California—where he and other steampunk-infused artists showcase their work.

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In a show of American ingenuity, Mike Wilkins used a collection of vanity license plates to phonetically spell out the preamble to the US Constitution in abbreviated script. The artist requested each of the plates from all fifty states and the District of Columbia, represented in alphabetical order, to mark the Constitution’s bicentennial. Though the plates rarely make sense on their own, together they re-create one of the greatest documents in American history. This work represents the meaning of the phrase “the United States” with a fun twist.

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From the perfectly imperfect celadon vase to its riotous spill of flowers, from the rich silk drapery to its stunning reflection on the tiled tabletop, Eric Wert’s Deluge presents a veritable flood of hyperreal detail. One can almost feel the ceramic fragments’ jagged edges, the raised threads of the embroidered silk, the velvety texture of gladiolus petals. The floral fragrance, too, is almost tangible.

Eric Wert (American, b. 1976) began his career as a scientific illustrator after earning a bachelor of fine arts degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a master of fine arts degree from Northwestern University. He has had solo exhibitions from New Mexico to Massachusetts, and his work has been included in group shows around the world. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

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For Jean Bradbury (Canadian, b. Britain 1963), her painting of a snowshoe hare in a winter landscape helped “crystallize” the decision between science versus imagination, reality versus fantasy in her work. “I used to invent plants and creatures and set them in imagined spaces but now I am happier painting ’real’ plants and animals copied accurately from nature,” she said. “But the accurate depiction of plants and animals is still not the purpose of my work—it is just the language I use to tell the story. The animals represent me, or you the viewer, surrounded by a world of emotion.”

Bradbury’s work has been exhibited around the world and can be found in collections in the United States, Canada, Britain, Australia, and Jordan.

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“There lingers a faint, plaintive music, as of far-away organ pipes, of whispering harps, and the sighing of wind amongst the reeds.” In his text accompanying this map, artist Bernard Sleigh detailed the secret to entering the magical world called Fairyland: the key is in the heart of every child. His booklet—a guide—is included here in full, so your eyes, too, may be opened to the realm’s rainbow-guarded shores. Both the booklet and the map are in the Geography and Map Division of the Library of Congress, the world’s largest library, holding more than 162 million items.

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Daniel Merriam’s surreal artworks combine a romantic Victorian sensibility with a dreamlike imagination. Merriam (American, b. 1963) grew up in a small village along the coast of Maine and taught himself to paint. He built his skills and portfolio with fantasy-fueled drawings and paintings, including one titled Bubble Street. In 2012 he opened Bubble Street Gallery—an emporium celebrating creativity and the imagination in Sausalito, California—where he and other steampunk-infused artists showcase their work. Merriam’s artwork has been exhibited across the United States, Europe, and the Middle East.

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In the latter part of the nineteenth century, Claude Monet (French, 1840–1926) was one of a daring group of French painters who turned away from academic tradition and developed a fresh, spontaneous style devoted to the pursuit of light and its fleeting effects on sky, water, and land. Painted in 1874, the year of the group’s first exhibition in Paris, Monet’s Sailboats on the Seine at Petit-Gennevilliers reflects the emergence of the artist’s mature style. His agile brushwork was superbly suited to the evanescent interplay of sunlight and water. The group—whose “Impressionists” moniker was inspired by critical attention directed at another of Monet’s paintings, Impressionism: Sunrise—deftly captured scenes of everyday life in flickering brushstrokes, bold colors, and soft atmospheric effects. Water and the reflections of landscapes would become an obsession for Monet, and Édouard Manet, one of his contemporaries, would speak admiringly of him as “the Raphael of water.”

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In choosing art, Thomas Hart Benton abandoned his family’s long-established role in Missouri’s political life. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago as a teenager, went on to the Académie Julian in Paris, and eventually set up a studio in New York. In the 1920s and early 1930s, the height of his popularity, he taught at the Art Students League of New York. As World War II brought changes to society and to art itself, Benton persisted in his style. He was a regionalist painter, and a proud midwesterner. He had returned to Missouri in 1935, and he remained there the rest of his life, painting murals, portraits, and landscapes that documented hardworking rural America.

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“Everything about the Big Bungalow Suite is in the giant order—pushing the boundary of the conventional into the monumental,” writes essayist John DeFazio in the monograph Robert Rahway Zakanitch (Pomegranate, 2016). In acrylic on canvases some eleven feet high and thirty feet long, the five paintings making up Zakanitch’s Big Bungalow Suite ennobled objects and themes usually considered ordinary, domestic, or “simply decorative.” DeFazio puts forth that Zakanitch’s subject in this suite is “painting itself—its investigation into the nature of pattern and design, of scale and form, of both high and low taste, and, most importantly, of what art was, is, and can be.”

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A whiskered wizard, a wombat, and an athlete lifting the weight of the world. If you are wide awake and watchful, you’ll find these and more than 260 other depictions of words beginning with the letter W. This wonderfully intricate painting by Mike Wilks is from the best-selling book The Ultimate Alphabet (released by Pomegranate in 2015 as The Ultimate Alphabet: Complete Edition). And don’t worry, an annotated key is included with this 500-piece jigsaw puzzle.
 


Harriet Tubman, c. 1945 Harriet Tubman’s striking, resolute figure stands at attention in this painting by William H. Johnson, part of his 1945 Fighters for Freedom series. The American artist had returned to the United States from Scandinavia only a few years earlier, motivated by the threat of war and a need to paint the lives and histories of black Americans. He created numerous powerful scenes, such as the painting in this 500-piece jigsaw puzzle.


Space Race, 1981 From an anteater to a human, a seahorse to a zebra, creatures of all kinds jockey for position in their headlong race toward the future. Charles Lynn Bragg’s compelling Space Race painting is reproduced in this delightfully difficult 2000-piece jigsaw puzzle.


Animal and human, light and dark, earthly and spiritual, John Simpkins’ artwork is a study in contrasts and comparisons, and the edges between them. Simpkins is the sole human resident of an Oregon ghost town at the edge of Steens Mountain and the Alvord Desert. This 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle features a magical polar bear, replete with symbols and radiating a calming presence.


It’s near 1:00 a.m. and time to dance in Archibald Motley’s Nightlife, a bustling cabaret in 1940s Chicago. Drawing from cinematic techniques, Motley painted genre scenes such as this to depict the diversity of black American experiences, hoping to speak across racial divides and inspire social change. The painting in this 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle is alive with revelry, portraying the most vibrant elements in sophisticated, young lives—all under the burgundy glow of nightclub lights.


Robert Bissell
The Whole World, 2014

“When we awaken to each new day, whether we are aware of it or not, we are thrust into a world of infinite proportions and never-ending revelations. We have come from the secret work of our dreams, and with eyes open we encounter Earth and discover the ancient presence of a landscape alive with extraordinary beauty,” writes artist Robert Bissell in his book Spirit (Pomegranate, 2019). Bissell’s bears—contemplative and curious—seem to lead lives as complex and thought-filled as those led by humans. His paintings invite a sense of wonder and appreciation for our precarious connection with the natural world.

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Edward Gorey had a fondness for cats. One can only imagine what’s happening in Cat Fancy. Is a cat outside looking in the window at the pampered feline? Is the kitty on the bed seeing itself in a mirror? Gorey’s artwork proved him to be a master of the amusing, the strange, and the unexpected. He was also a writer, a Harvard graduate, and a respected book designer. His intricate crosshatched drawing makes this 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle a headscratcher!


Wonderland Cat, 1999 A green-eyed feline enchants its young human friend in this garden dreamscape by Charles Lynn Bragg. Using saturated color and playful scale, the artist gives viewers a glimpse of the not-so-natural habitat of the Wonderland Cat, reproduced here in a 300-piece jigsaw puzzle.
 


Intensity of color is a hallmark of Rosalind Wise’s artworks. Here, pink echinacea and yellow black-eyed Susans stand out in a meadow of blue and green foliage and wild grasses. The inspiration for this large oil painting came from a prairie meadow at the Royal Horticultural Society Garden at Wisley in Surrey, England. This 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle reproduces the vibrancy of the prairie in a dazzling display.


Lawrence Alma-Tadema’s Spring was so successful in creating a visual world that it was the inspiration for some scenes in the 1934 Cecil B. DeMille film Cleopatra. In reality, Alma-Tadema had taken the custom of children collecting flowers on May Day from Victorian England and transplanted it to ancient Rome. His romanticized painting is reproduced in all its incongruous glory in this 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle.


Dany Paragouteva (Bulgarian-American)
Circus above the City, 2014

Born and raised in Bulgaria, Dany Paragouteva brings her European heritage into play when she creates fantastical worlds such as Circus above the City. She expresses her appreciation of the magic of fairy tales in joyful, surreal artwork that brings out the dreamer in all of us.

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Shanti Sparrow (Australian, b. 1987)
Hide & Seek, 2015
Watercolor, vector, collage

Shanti Sparrow is an illustrator, graphic designer, lecturer, and dreamer. She draws on her love of nature and animals to create enchanting, playful scenes that connect with the child in all of us. Her characters all have names and background stories. Here, Lulu knows that Louis always peeks when playing hide and seek, but she lets him, because that’s what big sisters do.

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Jill Mayberg (American)
Red Vines, 2008

It’s a beautiful day to celebrate with Jill Mayberg’s persimmon-colored pup! He’s ready with party hat on and bird friends in tow, off to school or maybe to play in the flowers. The artist, who grew up in a family that shared her passion for art, often paints with mixed media, creating happy scenes with her animal friends.

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Zero Gravity 1000 Piece Puzzle With Shaped Pieces Cover Image
By Galison, Ben Giles (By (artist))
$26.99
ISBN: 9780735357006
Availability: Backordered
Published: Galison - January 15th, 2019

Zero Gravity 1000 Piece Puzzle features the planets of the universe hand-cut in a cosmic collage of color.This unique puzzle includes 20 puzzle pieces that are die-cut in the shape of the planet! Galison puzzles are packaged in matte-finish sturdy boxes, perfect for gifting, reuse, and storage.


Frank Lloyd Wright Fallingwater 2-sided 500 Piece Puzzle Cover Image
By Galison, Frank Llyod Wright (Illustrator)
$15.99
ISBN: 9780735349605
Availability: Backordered
Published: Galison - January 16th, 2017

This double-sided, 500 piece puzzle from Galison features Frank Lloyd Wright's famous Falling Water House. A beautiful picture of the home's exterior on one side and an aerial blueprint of the grounds on the other make for double the puzzling! One side is matte and the other is glossy for easy sorting.
- Package: 11.5 x 8 x 2"
- 500 double-sided pieces, one side glossy and one side matte


Muchos Autos 500 Piece Puzzle Cover Image
By Galison, Troy Litten (Illustrator)
$13.99
ISBN: 9780735343276
Availability: Backordered
Published: Galison - January 20th, 2015

A colorful collage of vintage cars throughout eclectic Latin American streets makes this 500-piece puzzle a unique treasure. The image is courtesy of artist, photographer, and traveler Troy Litten.
• Package: 8 x 8 x 1.6 inches
• Complete puzzle: 20 x 20 inches
• Includes insert with information about the artist and image


Frank Lloyd Wright Fallingwater 2-sided 500 Piece Puzzle Cover Image
By Galison, Frank Llyod Wright (Illustrator)
$15.99
ISBN: 9780735349605
Availability: Backordered
Published: Galison - January 16th, 2017

This double-sided, 500 piece puzzle from Galison features Frank Lloyd Wright's famous Falling Water House. A beautiful picture of the home's exterior on one side and an aerial blueprint of the grounds on the other make for double the puzzling! One side is matte and the other is glossy for easy sorting.
- Package: 11.5 x 8 x 2"
- 500 double-sided pieces, one side glossy and one side matte


Muchos Autos 500 Piece Puzzle Cover Image
By Galison, Troy Litten (Illustrator)
$13.99
ISBN: 9780735343276
Availability: Backordered
Published: Galison - January 20th, 2015

A colorful collage of vintage cars throughout eclectic Latin American streets makes this 500-piece puzzle a unique treasure. The image is courtesy of artist, photographer, and traveler Troy Litten.
• Package: 8 x 8 x 1.6 inches
• Complete puzzle: 20 x 20 inches
• Includes insert with information about the artist and image


Mike Wilks: The Ultimate Noah's Ark 1,000-Piece Jigsaw Puzzle Cover Image
$19.95
ISBN: 9780764971945
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Published: Not Avail - June 15th, 2015

Wendy Gold Butterfly Migration 1000 Piece Puzzle Cover Image
By Galison, Wendy Gold (Illustrator)
$16.99
ISBN: 9780735340084
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Published: Galison - January 21st, 2014

Wendy Gold's stunning collage work makes for a challenging and gorgeous puzzle that your family will love piecing together. Gold's "Butterfly Migration" features vintage images of butterflies collaged and clustered over a map of the world. This 1000 piece puzzle comes in a sturdy rectangular box, and includes an insert about Wendy Gold and her art.


The Beachcomber's Companion 1000 Piece Puzzle With Shaped Pieces Cover Image
$26.99
ISBN: 9780735357051
Availability: Backordered
Published: Galison - January 15th, 2019

From Anna Marlis Burgard, author of The Beachcomber's Companion: An Illustrated Guide to Collecting and Identifying Beach Treasures, with illustrations by Jillian Ditner, comes the perfect "companion" puzzle. The Beachcomber's Companion 1000 Piece Puzzle with Shaped Pieces is a gorgeous collage of the world's shells illustrated and identified.


Puz Mandala Jigsaw Puzzle Cover Image
$19.95
ISBN: 9780764929113
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Pomegranate Communications - August 27th, 2010

100 Piece Moon Puzzle: Featuring Photography from the Archives of NASA (Space Puzzles, Photography Puzzles, NASA Puzzles) Cover Image
$19.99
ISBN: 9781452176390
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Chronicle Books - March 19th, 2019

100-piece puzzle honors the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing


Artichoke Floral 500 Piece Puzzle Cover Image
By Galison, Sarah Phillips (Photographs by)
$13.99
ISBN: 9780735357792
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Published: Galison - January 15th, 2019

Artichoke Floral 500 Piece Puzzle features stunning image by famous foodie and photographer Sarah Phillips whose organization Ugly Produce is Beautiful is working hard to educate consumers and reduce massive food waste.


Cat Zodiac 500 Piece Puzzle Cover Image
By Galison, Vikki Chu (Photographs by), Maeva Considine
$13.99
ISBN: 9780735357068
Availability: Backordered
Published: Galison - January 15th, 2019

Galison's Cat Zodiac 500 Piece Puzzle features the 12 signs of the zodiac impurrsonated by illustrated feline friends. Galison puzzles are packaged in matte-finish sturdy boxes, perfect for gifting, reuse, and storage.


Vintage Typewriter 750 Piece Shaped Puzzle Cover Image
By Galison, Phat Dog Vintage (Photographs by)
$19.99
ISBN: 9780735357464
Availability: Backordered
Published: Galison - January 15th, 2019

Phat Dog Vintage scours the earth looking for the unusual and sometimes weird objects that are undeniably meant to be. Vintage Typewriter 750 Piece Shaped Puzzle features an image of an old manual typewriter uniquely die-cut around the shape of the typewriter. The finished puzzle will need plenty of display time once completed!


Ashley Woodson Bailey 750 Piece Shaped Puzzle Cover Image
By Galison, Ashley Woodson Bailey (Photographs by)
$19.99
ISBN: 9780735357471
Availability: Backordered
Published: Galison - January 15th, 2019

The Ashley Woodson Bailey 750 Piece Shaped Puzzle from Galison features the artist's signature "florography" art uniquely die-cut and contoured around this magnificent bouquet. The finished puzzle will need plenty of display time once completed! Galison puzzles are packaged in matte-finish sturdy boxes, perfect for gifting, reuse, and storage.


Blooming Books 750 Piece Shaped Puzzle Cover Image
By Galison, Ben Giles (By (artist))
$19.99
ISBN: 9780735357488
Availability: Backordered
Published: Galison - January 15th, 2019

Artist Ben Gilles describes his work as a composition of nature, metamorphosis, light, color, collage, collaboration, juxtaposition, repetition, excitement, evolution, manipulation, music, television, improvisation, participation and seduction.


Michael Storrings Jazz Age 1000 Piece Puzzle Cover Image
By Galison, Michael Storrings (By (artist))
$16.99
ISBN: 9780735357518
Availability: Backordered
Published: Galison - January 15th, 2019

Award-winning designer, illustrator, and creative director Michael Storrings captures the magic of the early 20th century jazz scene in New York City. Michael Storrings Jazz Age 1000 Piece Puzzle from Galison is packaged in stylish matte-finish sturdy box, perfect for gifting, reuse, and storage.


Christmas Chorus 500 Piece Puzzle Cover Image
By Galison
$13.99
ISBN: 9780735353084
Availability: Backordered
Published: Galison - September 11th, 2018

Put together this festive 500 piece puzzle featuring an adorable chorus of cats around the piano. Christmas Chorus 500 Piece Puzzle and all Galison puzzles are packaged in a sturdy, matte-finish box perfect for gift giving and storage.
- Package: 8 x 8 x 2"
- Complete puzzle: 20 x 20"
- Includes insert with information about the artist and image


Bibliophile Book Club Darlings 1000 Piece Puzzle Cover Image
By Galison
$16.99
ISBN: 9780735358454
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Galison - March 12th, 2019

 

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