Tale of Waghoba

1000 pieces

$32.95

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Tale of Waghoba is a 1000-piece puzzle featuring the art of Nathan Miller.  It is a companion puzzle to Legend of the Jaguar Shaman.

Included with every A&F puzzle:

– High-Quality Print of the artwork

– Box Top Stand

– Resealable Bag

Difficulty:

Tale of Waghoba is a 1000-piece puzzle featuring the art of Nathan Miller.  It is a companion puzzle to Legend of the Jaguar Shaman.

Included with every A&F puzzle:

– High-Quality Print of the artwork

– Box Top Stand

– Resealable Bag

Difficulty:
About The Artist

Nathan Miller

Fine art wildlife painter Nathan Miller gathers inspiration for his art from many years spent abroad in Costa Rica.  He developed as an artist in the small town of Nosara where, surrounded by the jungle and immersed in nature, his creativity was awakened and the desire to portray wildlife in his work commenced. Commissioned paintings of wildlife and portraiture led to exhibiting his art at the Hidden Garden Gallery in Liberia, Costa Rica. In The Legend of the Jaguar Shaman, the Jaguar — a venerated animal through Latin American traditions — is celebrated. Miller incorporates several other iconic motifs of pre-Columbian civilizations in his art, paying homage to Costa Rica’s natural beauty and rich traditions.

Dimensions

Puzzle Dimensions:

48 x 68  centimeters

18.9 x 26.7 inches

Shipping

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Puzzle For Good

Donations from the sale of this puzzle will go to Wildlife Conservation Society-India

WCS-India’s overarching goal is the protection and preservation of wildlife and wild places in India, where 70% of the wild tiger population resides.

https://india.wcs.org/