Puzzle Wall solved

Quesnel and District Arts and Recreation Centre offers a puzzle wall where people can submit their unscrambled choice

Mary Miller was the winner of the Quesnel Arts and Recreation Centre’s spring/summer Prize Wall. Thank you to local sponsor Willis Harper for providing the $250 gift certificate. The answer to the puzzle is the 19th century painting by Canadian artist Cornelius Krieghoff entitled An Officer’s Room in Montreal. The image was on loan from the Royal Ontario Museum. Arts Coordinator Elizabeth Waldorf chooses sport and art images and scrambles them into a wall-sized puzzle which is displayed in the facility’s foyer. Copies are provided and a submission box for entering completed puzzles at the wall. Each wall has a different sponsor that donates a healthy–living prize. Look for the next prize wall coming later this fall.

Mary Miller was the winner of the Quesnel Arts and Recreation Centre’s spring/summer Prize Wall. Thank you to local sponsor Willis Harper for providing the $250 gift certificate. The answer to the puzzle is the 19th century painting by Canadian artist Cornelius Krieghoff entitled An Officer’s Room in Montreal. The image was on loan from the Royal Ontario Museum. Arts Coordinator Elizabeth Waldorf chooses sport and art images and scrambles them into a wall-sized puzzle which is displayed in the facility’s foyer. Copies are provided and a submission box for entering completed puzzles at the wall. Each wall has a different sponsor that donates a healthy–living prize. Look for the next prize wall coming later this fall.

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