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Edge of the Night 1000-Piece Puzzle

Edge of the Night 1000-Piece Puzzle
Terry Doughty By (photographer)
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Willow Creek Press

Limited ***

10.0 X 12.0 in

NATURE / Animals / Birds
ART / General


As the sun fades and twilight approaches, a great horned owl perches along the fence line waiting for the cover of night. Evening shadows stretch down from the bluffs while wisps of fog creep in and around the farm, the warmth of the valley cooling in the crisp autumn air. Proudly made in the U.S.A., this beautiful 1,000 piece puzzle features a precision cut image on high-quality blue board. The fully-interlocking pieces are poly-bagged to insure their protection inside the shelf-friendly, 12" x 10" box. The completed puzzle measures 26.625" x 19.25".

Author Bio

Terry, a nationally known wildlife artist, has won over thirty major awards since 1988. He was the first Wisconsin artist to win the Waterfowl, Pheasant, and Turkey Stamp Designs in the same year, and has placed second in the Federal Duck Stamp Design. His recent awards include the 2016 Wisconsin Waterfowl and Pheasant Stamps, as well as the 2016 Channel 10 Artist. His paintings are included in many corporate, public, and private art collections. This is an enviable record for a self-taught artist whose passion is being out in the wilderness in search of game and inspiration. Terry's interest in art was kindled as soon as he could pick up a pencil, continually stimulated by an encouraging father and the subsequent talent polished as an art student. He was an artist for the Navy while serving aboard the Intrepid, an aircraft carrier, from 1960 through 1963. He finds his work an endless inspiration. "Every once in a while you put out a really spectacular piece where everything comes together. But an artist is the same as a musician, he never stops learning. Always learning some little brush stroke or use of light that will make your next painting easier to do. It's a learning process that keeps going, never-ending." Terry lives his art. An avid fisherman and hunter, he does not separate the outdoor experience from his work. Instead, he continues the experience on canvas. He can capture a piece of northern Wisconsin terrain, a muskie leaping out of the water, or a whitetail along a cut cornfield and bring home so much that you'll suddenly and naturally long for your favorite spot in the Northwoods. In addition to the quality of his art and major awards, his professional diversity and community contributions are equally as impressive. Over the years his donations of original paintings and limited edition prints have helped support conservation groups as well as private individuals in need.