Artist Billy Zane Wooden Victorian-Cut Jigsaw Puzzle
B. 1966 Chicago, currently works and lives in Los Angeles United States
Jigsaw Puzzle Size: 8" x 10" 104 pieces
Wooden Victorian Puzzle, amazing specialty-cut wooden pieces in a traditional jigsaw arrangement with 104 knob style pieces.
The Collector Edition arrives in a special custom-made wood box engraved with Art X Puzzles.
Collector Edition of 20 + 2 AP
Signature Details: Original artwork:
"Painted on set of the Titanic in 1997’ in Mexico. It’s called Telemundo, As the amoeba-like creatures like data seem to have all emanated out of the blue Television like shape in the center of the piece. Though painted on the ground inside my converted garage/ studio and I Let the sun bake it a bit to achieve the cracking and blistering effect. It was never meant to be stretched but unceremoniously hung like a tapestry in solidarity with the animal skins sold on the highway at the boarder." Billy Zane
Artist Certificate: Each puzzle comes with an artist certificate.
For best results, keeping ones humor while deploying unbridled confidence is king...and as the fool, it appears, when paint hits canvas or data hits the drive. The key is once you find it, get out of the way and know that it’s not about knowing when to stop, or when to keep laying it on, it’s knowing you simply attempted with “what is," and it rocks." Billy Zane Artist Statement
Billy Zane is an American artist most often associated with his celebrated work in cinema as an actor. However, the raw authenticity of his paintings, drawings and photography which has exhibited in Los Angeles, London, Budapest, Milan, and Miami, has garnered him nearly as much recognition and critical praise. His abstract expressionist paintings are bold juxtapositions of kinetic application and elegantly balanced color combination derived from both intentional and naturally occurring contradictory influences. He likes to inform the process through self-imposed restrictions. Limited time and resources promote a controlled chaos and encourage "beautiful accidents," as he puts it. To achieve this, most of his paintings are created outdoors, under fleeting daylight, with mostly found and recycled materials in remote natural locations.