If you like puzzles and painting, and maybe a glass of wine, then Four Point Puzzles Paint By Numbers is going to challenge you—in a good way. Back in the ‘50s, Dan Robbins (the curator of paint-by-numbers) developed this concept with the belief that every individual could be a Rembrandt. Rembrandt’s style is a pretty lofty aspiration—perhaps Jackson Pollock’s is more approachable—this paint by numbers puzzle will carefully guide you through the ins-and-outs of a desert landscape.
This 27 by 20-inch puzzle is difficult, so perhaps wine isn’t necessary. Just make sure kids and pets aren’t around because you’ll be sad if you discover you’re missing one of the 1000 pieces. Then you’ll really be looking for that wine.