Charles Lynn Bragg Secrets of the Rainforest – 1000 Piece Puzzle
In Charles Lynn Bragg Secrets of the Rainforest, the artist shows us the wonder of the natural world. Additionally, he shows us what we stand to lose through human activity. He uses his art to highlight environmental issues:
“As an artist and a person, it is my goal to treat people, animals and the environment with compassion, dignity and respect, and inspire others to do the same”.
Studying fine art through a jigsaw is a fantastic way to learn about a painting. It helps you to look at the detail that you might otherwise have missed. Furthermore you can study the way the artist has worked with the medium in very close detail.
About the Artist
Charles Lynn Bragg was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1952. His artist parents, Charles Bragg and Jennie Tomao moved young Charles (Chick) and younger sister Georgia to Los Angeles in 1956 to establish a professional art studio in Beverly Hills. As teenagers, his parents took the family to galleries and museums in Los Angeles, New York and Europe. Art and Art History unfolded naturally and on purpose for Chick.
A vegetarian since the age of 18, it encapsulated Chick’s concern for the environment and for the welfare of all animal life. Depicting and conserving the Earth’s ecosystems became his purpose in art and in life. He took his camera from the mountain tops to coral reefs throughout the world to photograph the ordinary and the extraordinary to combine the images into animated composition of places, things and animals. He became involved with environmental movements and animal rights issues.
About Pomegranate Puzzles
Pomegranate’s core values are to make art accessible to everyone. To achieve this, Pomegranate partners with museums, artists, and writers to integrate their works into illuminating products that art lovers, travel enthusiasts, and avid learners are excited to share with others.