Venice Chariot Jigsaw Puzzle
Venice Chariot, from Artist George Gill. A complex composition of over 40 layers, Your chariot awaits.
Size: 70x50cm / 28×20″
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Out of our love for art, PuzzQuest was born. All forms of art; from painting to photography to sculpture to design. Art surrounds us and adds pleasure to our daily lives.
At PuzzQuest, we find the unknown artists, the hidden gems, the creators who despite lack of fame or recognition, are passionate creators just the same, and bring joy to people’s lives through their art. Combined with great art, a passion for high standards and quality, we create amazing puzzles for the world to enjoy.
IT BEGINS WITH THE ARTIST Every puzzle is created from a talented artist discovered from around the world. A percentage of every sale goes directly to the artist to help them continue their great work.
PuzzQuest also supports art charities globally to helping budding new artists flourish. Together we are helping artists all over the world.
QUALITY IN EVERY PIECE The UV oil varnish protective coating on every die-cut 2mm industry-leading thickness piece gives the puzzle a soothing well constructed feel while protecting your finished work from the elements.
ENVIRONMENT-FRIENDLY Using premium quality environment-friendly, recycled paper, handcrafted cutting dies, and proprietary manufacturing processes make for minimal puzzle dust in the box.
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About the Artist George Gill
George Gill is a visual artist based out of Peterborough, Ontario, Canada who creates compelling final images combining from two to hundreds of images to complete the final composition.
George first became serious about photography around 2002, with his first Digital SLR. During this time he invested in growing his knowledge and experience through attending NYIP (New York Institute of Photography), and offering his photographic services to family, friends, and friends of friends. Although this was a fun learning experience every step of the way, it somehow felt incomplete.
It wasn’t until 2010, when the prospects of photography combined with post production to produce a complete visual experience representative of George’s ideas, that photography became his passion and thus the possibility of “more” was real.
Primarily self taught, George discovered as he progressed that there were multiple disciplines required to take his photography to a level worthy of being recognized as art.
Each discipline requires a keen understanding and practice to take an idea through to something he is proud to produce. This pride is seen in every piece created that George offers to collectors and the public. George’s hand is in each and every step; from the initial concept and photography experience, followed by a meticulous post production process, through to the museum level archival grade printing and finishing.
His work is enjoyed by collectors all over the world, and PuzzQuest is proud to have George as one of their talented contributing artists.