This 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle, based on the artwork of famed painter Kim Norlien, is titled Springtime Melody. On a springtime day all the songbirds gather at the gate near a blossoming flower tree. The brilliant red of the Cardinal is on the bird feeder while the others watch. In the background even the deer are interested in what their flying friends are up to.
Best known for creating scenes of beauty with breathtaking realism, Kim Norlien is one of America's most collected artists. He has exhibited his art in shows throughout the United States and his museum-quality originals are highly regarded by collectors. His masterful interplay of light and shadow celebrates the true, unblemished splendor of nature's wildlife and the beauty of the world around them. Each painting is painstakingly researched to ensure that every detail - whether it be architecture, landscape or wildlife - is captured precisely as it would be found in its natural state.
Every Buffalo Games jigsaw Puzzle is manufactured in the United States from recycled Puzzle board. A precision cutting technique guarantees that every piece will fit soundly with the company's signature Perfect SnapTM. A bonus Puzzle poster is also included so that you have a handy reference of what the completed Puzzle should look like while you put yours together.
- 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle
- Finished size is 26.75 x 19.75 inches
- Includes bonus poster for help in solving
- Manufactured from premium quality materials
- Made in the United States
Posted by Susan on Dec 5th 2018
This is a high-quality puzzle with sturdy pieces, my favorite modified grid cut, with no dust or image lift or curled edges. The finished puzzle is gorgeous. My only problem with it was that when it came to assembling the darker areas and the vegetation, I many times put pieces in spaces where they didn't belong and didn't discover it right away. Several times, I came very close to stopping before I was finished assembling the puzzle, but I succeeded in hanging in there to the end. I do not usually have this trouble of putting pieces in the wrong places, but with the darker, vague-looking vegetation there just wasn't enough difference between the shapes of the very small puzzle pieces or the scene itself to be accurate in placing them. I had no trouble with the birds and feeder, etc. It will be a long time before I put it together again—if I ever do.
Posted by Unknown on May 5th 2018
This was a challenging puzzle but definitely a joy to see the beauty of it when complete. We framed it and love just looking at it. The scripture on the fence was especially dramatic and appreciated.