More than any other image, "Noah's Ark" has catapulted Eric to the forefront of American Folk Art. This basic Bible message continues to delight fans year after year. As one of our most popular puzzles, this image is full of fun pop culture references and colorful animals. It is also available for purchase as a print, wonderful for hanging in a child's bedroom or playroom.
If you think dogs are only judged based on how they walk, think again. There are 9 different groupings a dog can fall under and within those groups, a dog is judged on 14 individual attributes: weight, eyes, head shape, teeth, tail, and coat are just a few to name. See if you can spot your favorite dog in Eric’s painting along with some fellow dog lovers like Santa, Dracula, Teddy Roosevelt, and Elvis.
FINALLY! It has been requested by people for years but finally Eric has created a folk art piece about cats. The title was his youngest son’s idea and so “Kitty Wampus” was conceived. This piece is a tribute to cats of the world. This makes sense as cats are the most popular pet in the world (by almost 3 to 1.) Have fun getting to know these cat characters. You may even find your feline friend in the mix. Take a little time and go Kitty Wampus with us. Purr-fect.
Take a walk on the wild side and step into this mystical forest scene. An incredible variety of living things share our world, providing us with beauty, inspiration, and companionship. Eric wanted to pay tribute to the wonderful diversity of creation with this new piece. Come to the magic waterfall fed lagoon and have fun amid the tropical flora and fauna, found worldwide, in this “Wild Jungle” where you may make a few new forest friends. Let yourself Go Wild!!
Brandish your swords and take up your shields because the great battle is on! Set in the mountainous lands of Germany, this wonderful fantasy painting features dragons of all shapes and temperaments. Note the iconic Neuschwanstein Castle in the center. This painting was inspired by one of Eric's favorite bands, Imagine Dragons. If you study it, you'll see his tribute to them in loose form.
This companion piece to Eric’s renowned “Noah’s Ark” painting, captures the view under the oceans during the great flood. The fishes and sea life are busy, happily enjoying life in a flooded world while the ark floats past overhead. This charming image is great fun for children and families alike.
There are many animal species native to North America and the U.S. that we all know and love. Whether it’s the majestic Bald Eagle, the Brown Bear, or the Mountain Lion, they are all amazing in their own right. What’s your favorite American animal?
Juneau is named after a gold prospector from Quebec, Joe Juneau, though the place was for a time called Rockwell and then Harrisburg (after Juneau’s co-prospector, Richard Harris). Alaska’s remote capital, sits in the state’s panhandle, at the base of 3,819-ft. Mount Roberts. It’s a popular cruise-ship stop, reachable only by boat or seaplane. A tram carries visitors 1,800 feet up Mount Roberts to an alpine area with hiking trails, wildflowers and views of Gastineau Channel. This is also the site of the Juneau Raptor Center, dedicated to local birds.
Animals of Eden is such a rich selection of animals on our planet. When Adam and Eve were placed in the garden, they were not alone. They were accompanied by animals of many kinds. Eric is able to capture the essence of fun and playful nature of the animals that shared the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve. See if you can find some favorites and discover some new varieties as you experience this folk style painting.
“Old MacDonald had a farm….E-I-E-I-O!” You can’t help but finish this beloved nursery rhyme that has been around since the early 1900’s. The earliest version of this song came out in 1917 where the line originally said, “Old MacDougal had a farm in Ohio-i-o,” eventually changing to the familiar song of today. Enjoy Old MacDonald’s farm as you find his farm animals, the sounds they make and maybe a few hidden letters in Eric’s painting of Old MacDonald.
Many stories and movies have been made about the lost city of Atlantis, a mythical Island nation. Growing up didn’t you play with all the neighborhood kids having the greatest of adventures, discovering new worlds? Adventurers and scientists have searched for and tried to prove Atlantis’s existence for thousands of years. Did it really exist? We may never know. Let your imagination go along with Eric and join him as we fantasize the beauty of this underworld city with its lush island, exotic sea life, and a city of gold.
In this delightful painting about dog lovers and their owners, often referred to as "man's best friend" , dogs are a part of our lives. You'll find them just about everywhere—parks, cities, farms, and small purses. We love dogs because of their unconditional love for us, their ability to reassure us in troubled times, and because they could, at any moment, choose to bite our knee caps off—but they don't. No, instead, they play with us, protect us, and lower our stress levels. Dog Walkers features many different dogs, and their ,walkers or owners, strolling through New York's Central Park. If you're a dog lover this one's for you!
If someone mentions the name, “Churchill,” you might think of the famed Winston Churchill from the U.K., but Churchill is also a city located in Manitoba, Canada. If you visit Churchill, you might see animals such as polar bears, Beluga whales, Arctic foxes, and the Snowy owl. During the winter, you may be lucky to see the Aurora Borealis or in the summer you can enjoy the midnight sun. Churchill is well-known for polar bears that come to the shore in the fall so they are a central element to Eric’s painting.
Way back in the day, maybe even as long 2 or 3 decades ago, there were beings and things on Earth that made our lives better. Technology was developing at an astounding rate. Study this fun piece of art to see just how far we have come from the age of our dinosaur friends 20-30 million years ago, as they nosh and grab dinner from each other (or are each other) to the more recent retirees of the family or technology kind. Share a piece of life then and now….or almost now. Wow – time flies by so fast!
The zoo appeals to the kid in all of us! Our fascination with animals reminds us of how connected we are. In this delightful painting, everyone’s out of the cage and having a great time at City Zoo. Look for a lot of monkey shenanigans, and you’ll laugh when you see what the bears are up to.
Zion National Park is located in the southwestern United States near Springdale, Utah. A prominent feature of the 229-square-mile (590 km2) park is Zion Canyon. At 15 miles (24 km) long and up to half a mile (800 m) deep, the canyon cuts through the reddish and tan-colored Navajo Sandstone by the North Fork of the Virgin River. The lowest elevation is 3,666 ft (1,117 m) at Coalpits Wash and the highest elevation is 8,726 ft (2,660 m) at Horse Ranch Mountain. Located at the junction of the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin and Mojave Desert regions, the park's unique geography provides a diverse environment with a variety of unusual plants and animals.
It’s a gorgeous morning on the farm, especially since Little Red Hen has freshly baked bread ready on her picnic table. All the farm animals have gathered with hungry tummies, but they are in for a big surprise. Since Little Red Hen did all the gathering, planting, cutting, grinding, mixing, and baking, she alone gets to eat the bread. The story of the Little Red Hen is a classic story many love all around the world in teaching about hard work and the rewards you get from it. Uncover this timeless story in folk art style!
Quick! Look out your window! It’s raining cats and dogs! Whether you’re a dog person, or a cat person, this rainy weather will leave you in awe! Relive your childhood dream as this metaphor comes to life in this vibrant and lively puzzle. With so many different breeds of cats and dogs, perhaps you’ll find your pet raining from the sky!
There are many animal species native to Canada that we all know and love. Some species have particular symbolism to the people of Canada like the Canadian horse and North American Beaver who have been designated o cial symbols of Canada. What’s your favourite Canadian animal, eh?