Rosalind Wise (British, b. 1949) Prairie Meadow with Echinacea Intensity of color is a hallmark of Rosalind Wise’s artworks. Here, pink echinacea and yellow black-eyed Susans stand out in a meadow of blue and green foliage and wild grasses. The inspiration for this large oil painting came from a prairie meadow at the Royal Horticultural Society Garden at Wisley in Surrey, England. This 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle reproduces the vibrancy of the prairie in a dazzling display.
1000 single side, unique cut pieces
High-quality 250-GSM matte art paper
Produced using thick recycled paper board
Finished puzzle size: 20" x 25"
Box size: 10" x 13" x 1.875"
From exquisite portraits of single blooms to her Flower Cycle masterpiece, Rosalind Wise (British, b. 1949) takes inspiration from nature, painting scenes of gardens and meadows, ponds and paths on canvases typically four to five feet across. Her early work focused on small, singular bits of the natural world. These days, Wise says, her response “is to the colour, tone and movement found there. It is to the tip or balance between order and chaos, freedom or restraint, things separate yet mingling together, all part of the expressive whole.” A native of South Wales, Wise now lives in Gloucestershire, painting a reality that exists outside modern life’s constant consumerism. Her goal is to reconnect us with the beauty and magic of existence.