Tie-dye Owl – Large Piece Round Puzzle

Tie-dye Owl - Large Piece Round Puzzle

Tie-dye Owl – Large Piece Round Puzzle Cultural Background:  Coast Salish/Nuu-Cha-Nulth, Saanich BC Angela Kimble is Coast Salish/ Nuu-Cha-Nulth from Tsawout First Nations in Saanich, BC.  Angela’s father is master carver Doug La Fortune and mother Kathleen Horne. Angela grew up in Victoria, BC often helping her father with his work, painting carvings and totems. Growing up surrounded by such art inspired her to create her own designs, a contemporary style of Coast Salish art.  Angela prefers to draw free hand and can be found painting on canvases and wood. Pieces in this 500 piece puzzle are larger so they are easy to work with for all puzzlers in the family. Part of the Indigenous Collection.500 Larger-sized Pieces Finished size: Approx. 23 in x 23 in / 60 cm x 60 cm Art by: Micqaela Jones

The simplicity of the puzzles is misleading. Although the concept is quite simple – finding the pieces and repairing them together – an amazing level of mental activity is required to complete the necessary steps to complete a puzzle. Psychological studies have identified a number of thought processes that are necessary to achieve what is in fact a complex process of identifying shapes and images and relating them to a general pattern. More importantly, solving puzzles is great work for the brain and can have therapeutic benefits.

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