Bryan Nash Gill (1961-2013) was born and raised in the same rural, north-western corner of Connecticut where he worked as an artist. His sculptures and drawings are heavily influenced by the New England countryside but also by geographical regions as diverse as Carrara, Italy, New Orleans, and northern California where he had lived and worked.
Bryan Nash Gill's woodcut prints showing the intricate interior
life of trees star in this memory game. -Better Homes Gardens
If you find yourself forgetting exactly whom you need to buy gifts for, you'll want to get at least two of these memory games--including one for yourself..Test your memory against a friend, or alone. -New York Times
Little ones will love the challenge of pairing up the identical prints; adults will love the subtly drawn shapes, which are a welcome break from the typical toys' brazen primary colors. -Real Simple
This memory game is not only fun, it comes in a cute rustic box. -Country Living