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Sunday Puzzle – Arctic Owl and Winter Moon

Charles Ephraim Burchfield (American, 1893–1967), Arctic Owl and Winter Moon (detail), 1960 Overview Each month we will share two new puzzles featuring artwork from the Museum’s collection. Whether a solo personal challenge or joint family effort, we make it easy for you to get started solving—simply play on your computer, smartphone, or tablet. Wishing for …

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Sunday Puzzle – Winter Comes Gently

Joe Price (American, 1935–2019), Winter Comes Gently (detail), 1976 Overview Each month we will share two new puzzles featuring artwork from the Museum’s collection. Whether a solo personal challenge or joint family effort, we make it easy for you to get started solving—simply play on your computer, smartphone, or tablet. Wishing for snow? Here are …

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Sunday Puzzle – Portrait of a Woman and Child

Anonymous Artist, American (American, born ), Portrait of a Woman and Child (detail), about 1825 Overview Each month we will share two new puzzles featuring artwork from the Museum’s collection. Whether a solo personal challenge or joint family effort, we make it easy for you to get started solving—simply play on your computer, smartphone, or …

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Sunday Puzzle – Church Supper

Frank Hartley Anderson (American, 1891–194 7), Church Supper (detail), about 1936 Overview Each month we will share two new puzzles featuring artwork from the Museum’s collection. Whether a solo personal challenge or joint family effort, we make it easy for you to get started solving—simply play on your computer, smartphone, or tablet. This month—as many …

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Home Studio: National Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Overview National Indigenous Peoples’ Day is celebrated on October 11th commemorating the Native American peoples’ histories and cultures. One of the traditions that have been passed down through generations of Native Americans as well as many other indigenous cultures is using clay to create functional objects like bowls, vessels, and cooking pots. This activity uses hand …

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Sunday Puzzle – October in France

Anne Goldthwaite (American, 1869–1944), October in France (detail), about 1907 Overview Each month we will share two new puzzles featuring artwork from the Museum’s collection. Whether a solo personal challenge or joint family effort, we make it easy for you to get started solving—simply play on your computer, smartphone, or tablet. Celebrate the changing seasons …

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Sunday Puzzles – Birch Trees

Frederick Warren Freer (American, 1849–1908), Birch Trees (detail) Overview Each month we will share two new puzzles featuring artwork from the Museum’s collection. Whether a solo personal challenge or joint family effort, we make it easy for you to get started solving—simply play on your computer, smartphone, or tablet. Celebrate the changing seasons with these …

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Sunday Puzzle – Rural Landscape

Asher Brown Durand (American, 1796–1886), Rural Landscape with Hay Wagon (detail), about 1860 Overview Each month we will share two new puzzles featuring artwork from the Museum’s collection. Whether a solo personal challenge or joint family effort, we make it easy for you to get started solving—simply play on your computer, smartphone, or tablet. Back …

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Sunday Puzzle – Peasant Laboring

Camille Pissarro (French, 1831–1903), Peasant Laboring (Le paysan béchant) (detail), 1896 Overview Each month we will share two new puzzles featuring artwork from the Museum’s collection. Whether a solo personal challenge or joint family effort, we make it easy for you to get started solving—simply play on your computer, smartphone, or tablet. Back to school …

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Home Studio: Women’s Equality Day

Overview On August 26, we remember as Women’s Equality Day, the day that the U.S. adopted the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, giving women the right to vote. All three of these artworks from the museum’s collection deal with women’s suffrage. Yvonne’s Wells’ Helen Keller is a quilted portrait of Helen Keller, a famous Alabamian …

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