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by Adrienne Dye
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Challenge your brain with a jigsaw puzzle designed by an independent artist! Our puzzles are made from premium 0.2" thick paper stock and include a semi-gloss coating on the top surface to make the image pop. Puzzles are available in two different sizes, and each puzzle includes a puzzle box with the artwork printed on the top for safe storage when you're not puzzling. The puzzle pieces are unique shapes.
In early Spring during the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, my husband and I, wanting to escape the confines of our quarantine, took a drive up to... more
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In early Spring during the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, my husband and I, wanting to escape the confines of our quarantine, took a drive up to the eastern part of the Foothills Parkway. Tons of dandelions were growing all around in the low lying grasses. I spotted most of the five facets of the dandelion in one small area and that is what I painted. Very common but not be overlooked, it's metamorphosis is fascinating. Emerging as two false leaves, the plant sends down a very long taproot that can be up to 3 feet or more! It then becomes that bright yellow flower we are so familiar with. The petals fan out into full bloom before the plant closes to ripen the seeds on their fluffy white stems, transforming into the characteristic white "puffball". The dandelion has been around for thousands of years and has other names: Irish Daisy, Bitterwort, and Priest's Crown. The flowers, leaves, and roots have been used for food, medicine, and even dye. Of course I had to do the c...
Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Adrienne began training in the arts in general: fine art, music, drama, coming away with a Bachelors degree in music. It’s been a long detour from artist to musician then back again. Beginning with portraiture then animals and landscapes, she explored the possibilities with watercolor and oils before finally settling on acrylics. Her interests have expanded yet again to digital art and even fish prints. It's just plain fun to peel the paper from the fish, revealing a new impression. Whatever the medium, my goal is to bring out the essence of each subject. They all have their own story and I derive great satisfaction from rendering their special characteristics, which are always...
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