Who wouldn’t want to visit Jelly Bean Hill? As Darlene Kulig has envisioned it filled with inviting, colorful houses and deep blue waters, the setting presents the perfect opportunity for an uphill stroll. Kulig calls Toronto home but is an avid traveler. This painting was inspired by picturesque houses dotting a hillside in St. John’s, Newfoundland, and it resounds with her signature joyful exploration of light, rhythm, color, and the essence of place. You might have a hard time stepping away from working on this 500-piece puzzle.
Good color definition. Pieces fit too loose. Medium easy puzzle. Glad I purchased it. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Love the colors and abstract design. Needs poster, when more than one person works on the puzzle it is hard to have only the picture on the cover.
Fun, colorful, and very enjoyable!