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300 Piece Puzzle Mighty: The Pen is Mightier Than The Sword by Nancy Moore 24X18 KI Puzzles Jigsaw, Multi, (02613-SB)

300 Piece Puzzle Mighty: The Pen is Mightier Than The Sword by Nancy Moore 24X18 KI Puzzles Jigsaw, Multi, (02613-SB)

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Color: Multi


  • 300 PIECE PUZZLE FOR ADULTS: For the puzzler looking for easy to manipulate pieces, puzzles that are fun and rewarding to do alone or with a family member.
  • FUN, BOLD and BRIGHT: This puzzle is brilliantly colored and features a gorgeous Pioneer Woman by well known artist Nancy Moore - it will captivate you!
  • CHALLENGING AND FUN: Hours of entertainment delivers a feeling of accomplishment.
  • SPECIFICS: This quality jigsaw puzzle contains 300 extra large pieces in a sealed bag, comes with a poster image guide, and is made with quality recycled cardboard. Measures 24 Inches x 18 inches when assembled.
  • MORE THAN JUST A PUZZLE: It's a thoughtful birthday gift, a family fun night, a personal challenge, a boredom buster, a lazy Sunday activity, and memories are made!
  • Skill level: beginner

PartNumber: 02613-SB

Release Date: 01-07-2021

Details: Brilliantly colored 300 piece jigsaw puzzle for adults of a woman in a colorful dress holding a pen while her short sword remains tucked into her belt. "Mighty: The Pen is Mightier than the Sword " by well known female artist Nancy Moore in her Pioneer Women Collection. The interlocking jigsaw puzzle is made from quality, thick recycled paper board and 24x18” when completed. It is packed in a sealed plastic bag with very low puzzle dust. A full color poster sheet for each image is included for easy reference as you relax, kick back and enjoy yourself while you assemble this highly detailed and colorful puzzle! About the artist: Nancy Moore is an award-winning artist devoted to exploring the fragile yet resilient relationship between humanity and the wider world. She is especially interested in the theme of transformation and shape-shifting; the ways in which all living things continuously evolve, morph, regress, and adapt, along with the transformation of different materials into narrative images.The artist’s “color epiphany” occurred when she opened a deluxe 96-pack of Crayolas in 1998. The scent and feel of those crayons transported her to the childhood playroom where she spent hours drawing, and this ignited her artistic career as an adult. Her first image, a chameleon titled “Self-Portrait,” was the first to sell at her first exhibition, and she has never looked back. To create her images, Moore draws the barest outline, then applies layers of watercolor, and sometimes adds crayon, colored pencil, graphite, and gouache, until a fabric of woven texture emerges. Moore’s work has garnered a broad collector base from Vermont to California. She has exhibited widely in museums, galleries, and public institutions, including: Yale University (a yearlong solo show at the Peabody Museum’s Environmental Arts Center), Susan Eley Fine Arts (New York City), Katonah Museum of Art (Katonah NY), New Britain Museum of American Art (New Britain NY), Mattatuck Museum (Waterbury CT), Silvermine Gallery (New Canaan NY), Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut (Danbury CT), and Westport Arts Center (Westport CT). In 2014, Moore was inducted into the National Association of Women Artists. She is an artist guild member of the Silvermine Arts Center (New Canaan CT), Ridgefield Guild of Artists (Ridgefield CT), Katonah Museum Artists Association, and the Artists Collective of Westport (Westport CT).

UPC: 773392026131

EAN: 0773392026131

Model: 02613-SB

Binding: Toy

Item Condition: New

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