BARBED LETTER WORD: MOULD
RED LETTER WORD: JELLY
WORD FROM THE MASTER RIDDLE: POINTS
HIDDEN HARE: There's always room for Jell-O. And apparently, room for hares in Jell-O as well.
CLUES & COMMENTS: Jack in the Green is a character from English folklore, so the green gelatin where Jack appears here is a clever pun. The names Lister and Levy on the storefronts in the background are the owners of the Portal Gallery, where Kit's work is displayed.
|Painting #1: One Of Six To Eight||Painting #2: The Moon & Sun Dance||Painting #3: The Day Begins|
|Painting #4: The Penny-Pockets Lady||Painting #5: Tara Tree-tops||Painting #6: The Rose Bushes|
|Painting #7: Eclipse!||Painting #8: All Animals Are Equal||Painting #9: The Man With The Violin|
|Painting #10: Jack In The Green||Painting #11: The Practical Man||Painting #12: Sir Isaac Newton|
|Painting #13: Jack Meets The Fish||Painting #14: Crystal Aquamarine||Painting #15: A Culmination|
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