Charley Harper (American, 1922–2007) Biodiversity in the Burbs Charley Harper loved animals, and both wild and domestic varieties can show up in suburbs, the subject of this delightful painting. You might not see the snake or the frog at first glance, or the raccoon peeking at you. But put this 300-piece puzzle together, and all will be revealed.
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About the ARTIST Charley Harper’s paintings and prints have been published by a variety of nature- and conservation-oriented organizations. His work has been featured in Ford Times magazine (1948–1982); on posters for the National Park Service, the Audubon Society, and many other conservation organizations; and in several books, including Pomegranate’s Harper Ever After: The Early Work of Charley and Edie Harper (2015) and the Charley Harper Nature Discovery Series (2013, 2014).
About the Company: Pomegranate Encountering art daily can improve your life. When you gather with family to piece together a puzzle, send a handwritten note to a friend because it was the perfect artwork for them, or sit and admire the stack of art books that turned your living room into a cozy gallery. When art is available you can revisit it any time; an at-home gallery is never closed.