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Artifact Puzzles - Aaron Wolf Cathedral of the Tides Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Artifact Puzzles - Aaron Wolf Cathedral of the Tides Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 81.00


This is a delightful 360-piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of "Cathedral of the Changing Tides" by Aaron Wolf. With an Escher-esque puzzle design by Jef Bambas, the art and puzzle come together for a divine experience, with many themed whimsies and a decorative edge.  Like all our puzzles, made with 1/4" thick wood and the pieces are laser-cut. Packaged in our standard pine wood box. Made in the USA (specifically, in Fremont, California).

11.25" by 15.25"


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Name: Michele
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Review: What a beautiful puzzle! I loved working it. At first I thought it was going to be easy but then I got into the water lilies and got slowed down to a very slow crawl. Loved all the turtles, the partial Escher design, and working the decorative edge was one of my favorite things about the puzzle. I highly recommend it. To me the religious whimsies were just part of the puzzle theme and design. I did not read anything into them - just worked the beautiful puzzle with out letting my thinking turn it against me.
Name: Sean
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Review: [Spoiler warning about whimsies; don’t read if you’re certain you want to be surprised] Be warned that the whimsies in this puzzle are very heavy on Christian religious symbolism — which is not at all apparent from the listing or even the photo of the whimsies, which shows only the couple woodland animals, not the huge cross (placed very prominently), multiple figures kneeling in prayer, a lamb, even the fish symbol you usually see on bumper stickers. It quickly became clear even the doves, a book (a bible I guess!), and goblet were meant as religious symbols. For some folks I’m sure that’s fine, even a plus — for me personally it ruined the experience and marred this beautiful artwork. I’ve been so delighted by every puzzle I’ve purchased from Artifact, it came as an unpleasant shock to realize this one was very different. (Yes I suppose the name should have clued me in — but I honestly thought it was referring to a celebration of nature)
Name: Lisa
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Review: This has to be one of my favorite puzzles from Artifact to complete.
Name: Sandy F
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Review: Best wooden puzzles ever. Great shapes, interesting patterns, great challenges, beautiful puzzles, excellent quality.