Charles White PuzzleRegular price $21.00
Renowned educator and civic leader Mary McLeod Bethune is the statuesque central figure in Charles White’s mural for the Los Angeles Public Library.
Through this 1,000-piece Puzzle, explore your cultural, artistic, and out of the box vision as you blow off some steam from your hard day’s job. If you're looking for a way to have fun with your family and bring them into a cohesive circle, this makes a great activity with the spouse and children as well. With education and learning as the central theme, this mural emphasizes black families and the significance of music, education, and culture.
By getting this puzzle, you’ll be doing exactly the same! Keep the fam occupied and give them a lesson on black history at the same time!
Motley Blackbelt PuzzleRegular price $21.00
Archibald John Motley, Jr., was an award-winning American visual artist. This puzzle represents his painting of the Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood. Put on some Blues and lose yourself in this jazzy puzzle that comes with but one purpose: to provide you the most relaxing times of all while making you visually sharper!
Putting this puzzle together is not easy- are you up for the challenge?
Slavery to the White HouseRegular price $15.00
This puzzle by African American Expressions is an inspirational art of "Slavery to the White House". Use this as a fun yet inspirational moment for all, and also as a simple distraction for COVID news and Zoom life. Puzzles are created with thick cardboard material and cut in a large variety of shapes. Enjoy the brilliant, inspiring images coming to life, piece by piece.
- Size: 18” x 24”
- 500 pieces
- Warning: Choking hazard–contains small pieces. Not for children under 3 years old.
Tubman Puzzle by William JohnsonRegular price $18.00
This 500-piece jigsaw puzzle is a painting created by William H. Johnson.
Harriet Tubman, c. 1945
Harriet Tubman’s striking, resolute figure stands at attention in this painting by William H. Johnson, part of his 1945 Fighters for Freedom series. The American artist had returned to the United States from Scandinavia only a few years earlier, motivated by the threat of war and a need to paint the lives and histories of black Americans.
- Puzzle size: 18 x 24 inches
- Box size: 8.6 x 10.6 x 1.9 inches
- 500 pieces