Woodland Walk is a 500-piece puzzle featuring the art of Diana Ferguson.Woodland Walk is a quintessential Diana Ferguson work; it is rich in color, unforced in form and layered with narrative meaning. Diana Ferguson is an internationally recognized visual artist whose work illustrates her belief that the ordinary is a thing of beauty. She uses simple shapes to create figures and landscapes that inhabit a visual narrative, inspiring the viewer to bring their own interpretation to the story.
Poultry Pageant is a 500-Piece Puzzle- Art by James Feehan. James calls his style of art ”narrative,” a confluence of realism and suggestion pursued visually. His creations explore the dream of visual interpretation of the world around him. Though most of his paintings are figurative, he believes his work is fundamentally inspired by Bucks County, PA. This location is home to a community of artists, connected in celebrating the landscape in their life and work. Poultry Pageant is an oil and wax painting on board and uses the Delaware River as a backdrop.
The Birth of a Dream is a 500 piece puzzle featuring the art of Maria Brzozowska.Maria Brzozowska is an illustrator and visual storyteller based in Turkey. Her paintings explore memory, escapism and the visionary imagination; fictional transport and eccentric architecture proliferate within dreamscapes.Brzozowska hopes to inspire her audience to peel away different levels of her works, and in the process create their own meanings. Birth of a Dream is a dreamscape that celebrates the human imagination and its mysterious depths.
Pearl River Village is a 500-piece puzzle featuring the art of Bryan Mark Taylor.In this tangle of ropes, poles and boats, Artist Bryan Mark Taylor portrays an incredible orchestration of beauty and functionality in the Chinese fishermen’s lives.Plein air painter Brian Mark Taylor travels the world to find the subject for his artwork in diverse and remote locations. Inspired by the everchanging nature of the environment, he captures quickly vanishing moments in time through the creation of dynamic landscape paintings. Taylor’s works are on display in museums across the country and have become a testament to what he sees as the importance of preserving these images in perpetuity.Original Medium: Oil on Panel
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