Ryoko Meditating Skeleton by Artifact

“Meditating Skeleton” by Ryoko, from Artifact. Super fun! I really liked the irregular border. The base puzzle shape was a skull, with little heart-shaped bone socket connectors. I’ve had this puzzle since April 2022, and just hadn’t gotten around to it, but I’m so glad I finally did. The back makes me think very much […]
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Tomasz Pietrzyk “Clocks”

Jan. 21, 2023 So pretty! Hard to choose which side to work on because they’re both really lovely to look at. Luckily, you don’t have to — you can work on a chunk, and then flip it if necessary. Ash and I did this one together, in about 90 minutes or less. Not very difficult, […]
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Awa Tsireh “Animal Designs”

Fun, easy, quick to do. Ash and I did it. Awa Tsireh, 1898-1955. His unpublished works should enter the public domain, soon! And here it is at the Smithsonian! “Awa Tsireh, Animal Designs, ca. 1917-1920, watercolor on paper, sheet: 20 x 26 1⁄8 in. (50.9 x 66.2 cm), Smithsonian American Art Museum, Corbin-Henderson Collection, gift of Alice H. Rossin, 1979.144.35″ Artifact Puzzles: 6.75″ x […]
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Egon Schiele “Four Trees”

Beautiful and small. Also, surprisingly hard, even with only 79 pieces, because the pieces were (almost) all rectangular slabs. Artifact Puzzles: “This is a richly-colored 79 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of the painting Four Trees by artist Egon Schiele. This is different than most of our puzzles in that it is a connector-less puzzle with its own […]
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Kandinsky “Squares with Concentric Circles”

I honestly don’t remember when we did this one, but Ash and I did it together – spring 2022? winter 2022/2023? Wassily Kandinsky, “Squares with Concentric Circles”, 1913. Public domain! Wikimedia Commons download. Apparently this work is held in a the Lenbachhaus Museum in Munich. Artifact Puzzles: “This color-tastic 191 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle has […]
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