View from the 28th Floor is poetry in the paint by the famed artist Jeff Hanson. Jeff Hanson's unique approach to color application creates a dramatically different color pallet with striking depth and precision. One might imagine themselves seeing the city erupt with the reflections of fireworks and how the sudden flashes radiate a fiery glow from nearby buildings. A dramatic colorful cityscape displays height and depth while embracing the cold industrial outlines of the city architecture. A city is as much alive as anything—more than a place; it is a euphony unfolding in real-time.
Jeff Hanson is an award-winning, philanthropic artist on a mission to change the world through art. Visually impaired since childhood from neurofibromatosis, Jeffrey's acrylic-on-canvas works employ bold color and heavily sculptured texture to create a signature style. Jeff believes "Every act of kindness helps create kinder communities, more compassionate nations and a better world for all...even one painting at a time."
Sturdy random cut pieces that fit together snugly. "Fireworks" section very challenging due to the random cut of the pieces and no "obvious" placement. "Buildings" not quite as challenging since each has a distinctive pattern. Actual puzzle color not quite as bright as in picture... but still colorful nonetheless. Suggest the "slow and steady" approach to this puzzle... a real sense of accomplishment when done!!