Stanley Park

Stanley Park

Stanley Park Take over 1000 acres of forested land on a peninsula in the Pacific Northwest, near a world-class city, and put in wonderful paths with public areas and you have a magical place known as Stanley Park Vancouver, British Columbia. Home of the Squamish people for hundreds of years, the peninsula where the first Europeans landed, in this area. Foresight of the city planners kept this area in a near pristine condition as the city grew up around it. Today Stanley Park is an irreplaceable and un-duplicable feature that sets Vancouver apart from any city in the world. It is the site of numerous memorials, monuments, and celebrations—including the 2010 Olympic Torch Relay. Stanley Park is the focal point of Eric’s new “Painting the Town” piece for Vancouver. 1000 Pieces. Finished size: Approx. 49 cm x 68 cm / 19 in x 27 inArt by: Eric DowdleMade by: Dowdle Puzzles

The simplicity of jigsaw puzzles is deceptive. While the concept is very straightforward – find the pieces and fix them together – there is a surprising level of mental activity required to carry out the steps needed to complete a puzzle. Psychological studies have identified a number of thought processes that are required to undertake what is in fact a complex process of identifying shapes and images and relating them to an overall pattern. More importantly, solving jigsaw puzzles is a great work out for the brain and can actually have therapeutic benefits.

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