Artifact Puzzles - Iwona Lifsches Afternoon Ride Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 37.00


This is a pleasant 121 piece puzzle of Iwona Lifsches' painting "Afternoon Ride." The design by Steve Simpson, with rounded connectors, carefree whimsies, and a regular border edge, emphasizes the relaxed idyll of the couple and the town depicted in the bright art. The puzzle's difficulty is easier than average. Grab your tandem bike and enjoy this puzzle with a friend!

Like all our puzzles, laser-cut from 1/4" thick wood. Packaged in a small blue box with magnetic clasp. Made in USA.

10" by 5"

Manufacturer recommended age: 15 years and up

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Name: Rebecca, MA
Review: Fast, easy and colorful.
Name: Rachel and Aaron Cato
Review: Such a bright and colorful puzzle. I worked this one on a weekend when I wasn’t feeling well but needed something to do. Quick and easy and would be great for kids.
Name: Kate Sage
Review: I love this puzzle and loved putting it together. It feels so happy to me. All the different colors make it quite easy to put together - which I also enjoyed as puzzles are quite new for me. I like this artist. I like the fun shapes - especially the cat and the dog - wonderful. With all the challenges that we live with in our world today, this puzzle was a delightful respite.
Name: DorisWaggoner
Review: This puzzle is a delight! The artwork itself is whimsical, bright and cheerful. As it goes together, all of a sudden there's a goose in the basket over the front wheel, a guitar and a picnic in the basket following along behind, the woman's wearing a loooong scarf blowing in the breeze and red high top sneakers. All this and a black and white puppy, ears flopping, setting the pace. Makes me want to go along too! The round connectors are fun, and whimsies match many of the whimsical aspects of the art. I've done it twice, and the group of puzzle lovers I work with has done it several times too. This is small enough that one person can do it in an hour or less, and large enough that two can work on it together. A winner!
Name: Cara Lynn
Review: My 9 yr old and her 5 yr old sister can do this one together, and it keeps them nice and happy and busy for a while, and so far they've been happy to do it three times in the last couple weeks and they do a lot of talking about the image and whimsies too, which is nice.