ARTISTS / PHOTOGRAPHERS
Fool’s Gold is proud to offer wooden jigsaw puzzles depicting the artwork and photographs from the following individuals. Click on each artist's name to learn more about their work.
All of Bob's art is the product of his memory and imagination. After a few years of exploration and experimentation, Bob enjoys working in many different media and styles—oil, water, acrylic, etching, pen & Ink, colored pencil, and graphite.
Jim photographs people, nature, and the world, and publishes his images widely.
Having a camera in hand and teaching photography are two of the many joys in his life.
Chris is a research engineer by vocation and an underwater photographer by avocation. He has more than 1,000 scuba dives under his weight belt from the Galápagos iIslands to the Caribbean.
Victoria specializes in the process of etching, and has won numerous awards for her prints. Each print is hand-tinted using watercolors; this gives them a distinctive and colorful flair.
An avid reader, traveler, and fly fisherman. Most of Cynthia's art is executed in gouache,
a water-based pigment that's easily controlled and handles like watercolor or paint.
Cindy lives in a 200-year old farmhouse (Woodfield) in western New Hampshire. Her surroundings of hundreds of acres of woods offers her the chance to observe its many animals up close.
Holmanprints - Kitty Bigelow
For more than 30 years, Kitty has been illustrating a variety of animals, birds, and other New England subjects for her notecard business, Holmanprints.
Trina Schart Hyman
Trina had illustrated more than 150 children's books, and received the Caldecott Honor Medal for "Little Red Riding Hood" and a Caldecott Medal for "Saint George & the Dragon."
As an artist, Marla always tries in her paintings to accurately represent not only what she sees in a scene, but also what she feels.
It is this photographer’s hope that his work will help others to see yet another
perspective of the beauty that exists around each of us in our daily lives.
Denise's paintings are known for their combination of rich colors, the brilliant use of light
and shadow, and for the memories they evoke of the typical American small town.
Lorena has found that dogs afford an endless supply of character studies and a lovely outlet for her peculiar sense of humor.
Jan V. Roy
For many years Jan worked in the silk-screen medium designing and printing posters for various cultural organizations like The Massachusetts Horticultural Society.
Ruth has been a professional illustrator since 1975, with more than 80 published children’s books, in addition to having illustrated book covers, fantasy art, collector’s plates, animation concept art, and product design.
A native New Englander, Gary Shepard began his painting career in 1976 as a watercolor artist, and after much success, expanded his talents by producing oils and acrylics.
The picturesque colonial villages and ever changing seasons of New England are sources
of inspiration for her "contemporary primitive" paintings.