Catfish Sunrise Jigsaw Puzzle
Catfish Sunrise, from Artist Jim Babbage. Vibrant colours, incredible detail, make this a puzzle to be enjoyed.
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 Jim Babbage
Jim discovered photography 4 decades ago. The summer before he started journalism school, his father gave him one of his first 35mm cameras as a graduation present. It was a simple camera; it didn’t even have a built-in light meter. He didn’t care; an entirely new world had just opened up in front of Jim. That summer, he fell in love with the camera, and the images it helped him to create. “I could share what I saw!” says Jim.
Photography is as much therapy for him as it is a creative outlet. Photographer Freeman Patterson inspired Jim as a young photographer and continue to do so. His statement, “A camera always looks both ways,” from his book, Shadowlight has stayed with him all these years.
After college, Jim’s passion to share knowledge and make photographs led him to long-lasting careers in those areas as both a college professor and creative professional. Several years into his professional photographic career, he opened Photoshop for the first time and once again, a new world opened up. Jim became immersed in the world of digital, and soon began designing for the web in addition to taking photographs, teaching and writing.
PuzzQuest is proud to have Jim as one of their talented contributing artists.